THE GLOBAL BUSINESS DIALOGUE
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With help from USTR and various private sector
experts, this session will focus on the issues and expectations for the
upcoming WTO Ministerial in Nairobi, Kenya. Click the title link
for details, including registrations options.
On October 29, 2015, at Steptoe & Johnson:
NEW REALITIES FOR CANADA AND
This event, organized by the Canada-United States Law Institute and supported by GBD, was held at Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, DC, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 29. The title link above takes you to the original notice for this program.
GBD was a cosponsor of this Cordell Hull Institute event, which was held on October 9 at Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, DC. Over the next several days we will post materials here from this session.
On September 10 at the National Press Club
This GBD colloquium was held at the National Press Club in Washington DC on Thursday morning, September 10, 2015. The title link takes you to the announcement for this program, which includes the list of speakers and other details.
POSTINGS FROM THE CUBA EVENT ON SEPTEMBER 10:
AUDIO FROM THE CUBA EVENT ON
Section 1 - Introductory remarks from GBD, Yuri Unno of Toyota, and the keynote remarks from Senator Jeff Flake, including the Q&A with Senator Flake.
Section 2 - Start of the panel presentations with remarks from Moderator James Williams of Engage Cuba and the presentation by John Magnus of TradeWins.
Section 3 - Presentation by David Salmonsen of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Section 4 - Presentation by Bill Lane of Caterpillar and the concluding Q & A session.
Normalizing With Cuba. This is a link to the presentation given by John Magnus at the GBD Cuba event on September 10, as published on the website of TradeWins LLC.
C220 Papers. This is the packet distributed at Cuba, the United States, and the Road Back to MFN event on September 10, 2015.
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Last updated: Nov. 7, 2015
THE CURRENT TTALK QUOTE
ON THE RMB (AND PARIS)
"I noted the IMF's upcoming review of the Special Drawing Right and the Fund's staff recommendation to include the Chinese Renminbi in the SDR basket. I support this recommendation, and our Executive Board is scheduled to make its decision later this month."
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