As of November 14, 2013, a total of 375 American companies and associations have added their names to the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program Supporter List, calling for the immediate renewal of the GSP program. Congress allowed the legal authorization of the GSP program to expire on July 31, 2013.

The organizations calling upon Congress to renew the GSP program are incredibly diverse. They include companies and associations that are headquarted in 40 states (plus Washington, DC), import from more than a quarter of GSP-eligible countries, and garner GSP savings from as little as $1000 to millions of dollars per year.

As a result of the GSP expiration, these American companies now face an estimated $2 million per day in new taxes.

Click here to access the full article, which allows companies who are not yet on the list, the ability to add their name. These companies can also answer a survey, being used to learn about the impacts of GSP expiration.