ICYMI: Congressman Rogers Questions Commerce Secretary on Efforts to Stop Unfair Chinese Trade Practices
Mar 22 2012
Earlier this March, Congressman Rogers voted in favor of H.R. 4105, legislation, which would help protect U.S. businesses from the unfair international trade practices of countries like China and Vietnam. In yesterday’s hearing, Rogers stressed the responsibility of the Department of Commerce to ensure our country is focused on job creation, entrepreneurship and innovation, and remaining competitive on the economic global playing field. He encouraged Secretary Bryson to use every tool at his disposal to ensure that American businesses can remain competitive in the international marketplace.
Congressman Rogers has been committed to serving small businesses and boosting economic growth in Kentucky’s 5th Congressional District since 1981. Through establishing organizations such as the Center for Rural Development and the Southern Kentucky Economic Development Corporation (SKED), Congressman Rogers has helped to provide leadership that stimulates innovative and sustainable economic development solutions and a better way of life in Southern and Eastern Kentucky. For more information visit www.halrogers.house.gov.