Maintaining the Status Quo: The Case for Turkish Steel
On March 22nd, the Trump administration announced that it would exempt the European Union, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Australia from the ad valorem tariffs on steel and aluminum imports into the United States, which went into effect the following day. Click here to download the full report
Restart & Renewal: Taking U.S.-Turkish Trade to $50 Billion by 2025
This report builds on momentum gained during the ATC’s 2015 Annual Conference, entitled “Commercial Diplomacy: Strengthening the Alliance,” where ATC members from a diverse array of companies, representing multiple sectors, convened to strengthen the commercial ties that anchor the broader U.S.-Turkey relationship. This report reaffirms the ATC’s position that increasing bilateral trade and investment between the United States and Turkey from its current level of $15 billion to $50 billion, by the year 2025, could elevate their strategic relations. Click here to download the full report
Investing in the U.S., Export.gov
Entering the United States Market: A Guide for Turkish Firms, Anderson Economic Group
Foreign Direct Investment: Turkey, SelectUSA
Changes to the US Entry
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Announces Change in Entry Procedures at U.S. Air and Sea Ports.
Turkey's new "e-Visa" program
The Republic of Turkey has launched a new online system that will make it easier for tourists to obtain a visa. The new "e-Visa" system enables foreign nationals to obtain a Turkish visa online and avoid having to wait in line at Turkish embassies, consulates or at border crossings. The e-Visa system can be accessed at www.evisa.gov.tr.
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