Trade Laws are Good for the Economy

I firmly believe we can compete in the global economy, and opening new markets and entering into trade agreements are good for our farmers, our manufacturers and our economy.  However, the playing field must be level and we must be more aggressive in pursuing violations of our trade agreements.  Entering into trade agreements without sufficient means to enforce them is like setting speed limits without having any cops on patrol.  It just doesn't make sense.  The new trade enforcement division will ensure U.S. interests are being protected.