White House National Trade Council

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National Trade Council
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Agency overview
Formed 2017
Headquarters Washington, D.C.
Agency executive
Parent agency Office of White House Policy

The National Trade Council (NTC) of the United States is the principal forum used by the President of the United States to advise on strategies in trade negotiations, coordinate with other agencies to assess U.S. manufacturing capabilities and the defense industrial base, and help match unemployed American workers with new opportunities in the skilled manufacturing sector. The council forms part of the Office of White House Policy which contains the National Economic Council and other offices. President-elect Donald Trump announced his intent to create the office on December 21, 2016, and named Peter Navarro as its inaugural director.[1]

Directors of the National Trade Council[edit]

Officeholder Term start Term end President
Peter Navarro January 20, 2017 Incumbent Donald Trump

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