NMMA pushes for support of Trans-Pacific trade deal

The NMMA signed the letters as part of the U.S. Coalition for TPP.
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The National Marine Manufacturers Association signed on to a second round of letters from companies, business and agricultural associations supporting the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.

The letters were delivered to congressional delegations from Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

The NMMA signed the letters as part of the U.S. Coalition for TPP. The more than 400 business organizations signing on to one or more of the letters represent companies of all sizes from industries that include manufacturers, innovators, service providers, farmers and ranchers operating in the 20 listed states.

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