On February 10, 2020, US President Donald Trump unveiled his Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Budget Request, detailing the administration's policy and programming priorities for the coming year. The President's proposal continues themes raised in past years, including prioritizing foreign assistance for US allies, such as those in the Indo-Pacific and African regions, and prioritizing strong trade enforcement, along with the negotiation of new and expanded trade agreements with prioritized trading partners.
Download a copy of our publication, which provides a topline analysis of the President's FY 2021 Budget Request for the Function 150 Account, or funding for international programs under the US Department of State, US Agency for International Development and other federal agencies. It also highlights funding priorities for the Office of the US Trade Representative and other federal agencies implementing the President's trade policies.
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