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: SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
This session will be held from 8:30 to 10 a.m. next Wednesday at the National Press Club in Washington. Please click the title link above for full details and registration options.
August 5, 2014 - The New World of Trade Negotiations -- The View from Africa - a presentation by Richard O. Cunningham, Senior Partner, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, given at Africa, The WTO, and the Future of Multilateral Trade Negotiations. This event was organized by the Cordell Hull Institute, co-sponsored by the Global Business Dialogue, and held at the law offices of Steptoe & Johnson LLP on August 5, 2014.
August 5, 2014 - African Responses to the WTO Stalemate and Mega-Regionals - a presentation by Millard Arnold, Special Representative, Bowman Gilfillan Inc., law offices, Johannesburg, South Africa, given at Africa, The WTO, and the Future of Multilateral Trade Negotiations. The event was organized by the Cordell Hull Institute, co-sponsored by the Global Business Dialogue, and held at the law offices of Steptoe & Johnson LLP on August 5, 2014.
This is an MP3 recording of the debate on the
Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement which was hosted by the Global
Business Dialogue and held at the National Press Club on July 16, 2014.
The title of the event was TPP: Too
Risky To Pass Or Too Risky To Pass Up? The debaters
Scissors, Resident Scholar
at the American Enterprise Institute and
Lori Wallach, Director, Public Citizen's Global Trade
This is a video recording from the GBD event on June 19 with the Chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means, the Hon. Dave Camp (R-MI). The title of Chairman Camp's speech was The Trade Agenda Start with TPA: The Only Road To Getting The Best Trade Deals for America.
Last updated: August September 4, 2014
THE CURRENT TTALK QUOTE
AN AGOA SUGGESTION
"Let us change the definition for least developed countries, at least for Africa and regional integration."
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