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Policy Perspectives

Policy Perspectives

Policy Perspectives Overview

With a network serving more than 220 countries and territories, and more than 400,000 team members, FedEx has a strong interest in public policies and issues that affect the global economy, our business and the interests of our customers. Policy Perspectives serves as a hub to share FedEx views on important topics including trade, transportation, tax reform, energy security and many others. We invite you to navigate through our site to learn more about the FedEx perspective on key policy matters, as well as the latest news and developments.

While there are a broad array of matters facing the company and economy, our guidepost is steady: FedEx supports policies that promote the interests of our customers, team members, investors and business.

Featured News

Wall Street Journal - August 13, 2017 - Frederick W. Smith and David Abney: Business Rivals Agree on Policy


Blog - August 16, 2017 - Why NAFTA Matters Now


House Committee on Education and the Workforce - July 12, 2017 - Testimony of Richard Heiser on "Joint Employment"


FedEx Blog – June 14, 2017 - Fred Smith Discusses How Global Trade Benefits the United States

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Trade

Expanding free trade connects and lifts up businesses, communities and individuals around the world.

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Transportation

Investments in modern, 21st-century infrastructure allow for safe, sustainable transportation — both on the ground and in the air.

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Tax Reform

A fair corporate tax code will help level the global playing field for U.S. companies.

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Energy Security

Increased research and innovation can help end our dependence on foreign oil and provide lasting, sustainable and cleaner sources of energy for all.

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Related Topics

Smart policies that address such matters as cybersecurity, economic growth and technology investments are vital for our customers, team members, investors and business.