AACCLA’s mission is to promote trade and investment between the United States and the countries of the region through free trade, free markets, and free enterprise.

AACCLA is a strong advocate of policies that facilitate free trade and economic development in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean. The AACCLA Secretariat in Washington, DC serves as a liaison between the private sector and the U.S. Government and lobbies to improve trade relations within the hemisphere by:

  • meeting with U.S. Congress members and congressional staff, Administration officials, and foreign government representatives;
  • testifying before key U.S. congressional committees;
  • hosting business conferences featuring key players on international trade;
  • generating support from the U.S. business community; and
  • providing research and analysis for educational purposes.
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