From The Guardian

In case you missed it back in October The Guardian reported that the Trump administration will begin withdrawing from a United Nations treaty that offered low rates for foreign postal deliveries of small packages in the US – the latest move to challenge practices it sees as unfairly advantageous to China.

White House officials said on Wednesday the US would start the process of leaving the Universal Postal Union (UPU), a Switzerland-based organisation that connects postal services worldwide.

The White House said the UPU enabled foreign postal services to take advantage of cheap shipments to the US, creating an unfair cost advantage over US companies that shipped goods, and hurting the US Postal Service.




 


Our take:

This is just another great example of our president placing our country first. Why should we be subsidizing foreign companies in order to help them displace goods produced domestically, or worse yet distribute counterfeit products?

Read the complete article from The Guardian at the link below.
 

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