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Policy Area: Trade

Transatlantic trade and economic relations are of central importance to Germany and the United States.

The United States are the most important market for Germany’s exports of goods. Germany, in turn, is the fifth largest buyer of US goods. German and US companies are among the most important foreign investors and employers in their respective markets. At the same time, political and economic attention focus once again on the worldwide interdependence of global value chains, challenges posed by trade and investment barriers, and the rule-based global trade system.

RGIT regularly informs about economic policy developments and offers exchange formats. If you have any questions regarding German-American trade issues, we would be happy to be your first point of contact.

Stephanie Harwood
Stephanie Harwood, Policy Manager
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