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.
NEXT EVENT: April 30, 2015 - 2:30 to 4 p.m. at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
WHEEL OF PROGRESS:
Jointly produced by the Global Business Dialogue and the Confederation of Indian Industry, this event will open with remarks from the Chairman of the International Trade Commission Meredith Broadbent and include comments from U.S. and Indian business represent. Pleease click the title link above for registration options and additional details.
WHAT'S IN A NAME:
This session was held at the National Press Club in
Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, March 18, 2015. The presenters
were George York of
Shawna Morris for the
Consortium for Common Food Names, Paul
Bleiberg from the Office
of Rep. Reid Ribble, (R-WI), and
Giulio Menato of the EU Delegation in Washington.
Audio recordings from this program are available below under recent
The GBD colloquium "WHAT'S IN A NAME: Geographical Indications and Product Names in Global Commerce is captured in the MP3 recordings below. The event was held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, on March 18, 2015.
Remarks of GEORGE YORK from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, together with the moderator's introduction of this event on GIs on March 18.
Remarks of SHAWNA MORRIS from the Consortium for Common Food Names at the March 18 event on GIs.
Remarks of PAUL BLEIBERG from the Office of Rep. Reid Ribble at the March 18 event on GIs. Congressman Ribble represents Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District.
Remarks of GIULIO MENATO, Counsellor for Agriculture at the European Union Delegation in Washington at the March 18 event on GIs.
Q & A Session from the March 18 event on GIs.
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