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Trade Adjustment Assistance

Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) programs are administered by the Department of Labor (DOL), Department of Commerce (DOC), and Department of Agriculture (USDA). The DOL program, TAA for Workers, provides reemployment services and benefits to workers who lost jobs or experienced reduced hours and wages due to increased imports or shifts in production outside the U.S. The DOL program aims to help participants obtain new jobs and earn wages comparable to their prior employment. The DOC program, TAA for Firms, is operated by the Economic Development Administration (EDA). EDA provides financial assistance to manufacturers and service firms affected by import competition, sharing the cost of projects that improve competitiveness. The USDA administers TAA for Farmers. Under that program, certain agricultural producers can receive payments if a decline in prices for their commodity were caused at least partly by imports.

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