Globalization is transforming the U.S. and world economies. The Joint Economic Committee (JEC) studies how international trade and worldwide capital flows affect the U.S. and its trading partners and how economic reforms can assist developing nations in joining the world economy. Through research reports, hearings, and discussions, the JEC informs lawmakers and the general public about the benefits of trade and of flexible, efficient international markets.

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