THE GLOBAL BUSINESS DIALOGUE
Welcome to the Global Business Dialogue, an association for the Global Business Community and people who care about trade and trade policy. Its principal task is to highlight perspectives on global trade and investment and on the issues and decisions that will shape commerce and the world's business environment in the years ahead.
This event was held at the National Press Club in Washington on Thursday, July 7. The title link takes you to the original announcement for this event. Below, under recent postings, you will find materials from the featured speakers as well as MP3 recordings of the full session.
Listen to "After The Referendum" is an MP3 recording of this event held on July 7, 2016, and including comments from the Moderator, Kathryn Hauser of Policy Connections Internaitonal; Alan Wm. Wolff of Dentons, and Bruce Stokes from the Pew Research Center.
An American Proposal is a link to the prepared remarks of Alan Wm. Wolff, presented in shortened form at the GBD event "After the Referendum," held in Washington on July 7, 2016.
Brexit, Euroskepticism and Trade. These are the slides on EU attitudes that were presented by Bruce Stokes of the Pew Research Center at the GBD event "After the Referendum," which was held in Washington on July 7, 2016.
Keynote address by Amb. Joe Hockey, Embassy of Australia, at the GBD spring conference on Pacific Arrangements. This is a transcript prepared by the GBD staff from an audio recording of the event. We expect to post the recording itself soon.
Breakfast of Champions II, the Audio Recording, with presentations from William Reinsch, president of the National Foreign Trade Council, and Peter Allgeier, former president of the Coalition of Service Industries, and including introductory remarks from USTR General Counsel and former U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Susan Schwab. The event was held in Washington, D.C., on February 24, 2016.
TPP and the Non-Members, a pre-hearing statement from Richard O. Cunningham of Steptoe & Johnson. This was submitted to the International Trade Commission in advance of the Commission's January hearings on the likely economic effects of TPP on the U.S economy.
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