WASHINGTON, D.C. – American businesses and consumers continue to be adversely affected as the uncertainty surrounding the U.S.-China trade war propels onward. Today, the United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA) joins alongside U.S. manufacturers, retailers, agricultural and food producers, and other supply chain stakeholders to form the Tariff Reform Coalition, a coalition dedicated to ensuring clearer guidelines and Congressional oversight on Presidential tariff authority. 

The increasing use of tariffs as a negotiating mechanism negatively impacts American companies and consumers, as well as creates a historic imbalance between Congressional and Executive powers. The Tariff Reform Coalition is focused on restoring the balance of power delegated to the President on tariff authority and supports increasing Congressional oversight over tariff matters. 

USFIA is pleased to join the Tariff Reform Coalition as we continue to work to eliminate tariff and non-tariff barriers that impede the fashion industry’s ability to trade freely and create jobs in the United States. Creating balance in managing U.S. trade policy between Congress and the Executive Branch is crucial to our economic well-being, and we look forward to working with the Tariff Reform Coalition and the Administration to find a solution that establishes the appropriate balance on trade authority. 

Click here to read the Tariff Reform Coalition’s letter to Congress on the forming and goals of the coalition. 

To speak with USFIA, contact Molly McNulty, USFIA Communications Manager, at 202-419-0444 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.