Trade Policy in 2021: Where Does the Next Administration Pick Up?

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The U.S. presidential election is now just a few short weeks away. Please join us for this timely webinar to hear about current issues in trade and what we may expect in the next presidential term for international trade policy. Hear experts discuss:

  • What is the current state of the macroeconomy as it pertains to trade?
  • How is this reflected in the latest changes in key sectors such as transportation and finance (i.e., access to liquidity via investment, project finance, and development funding)?
  • What would a Trump second term or a Biden administration trade policy look like?
  • What might industries, small businesses, and other stakeholders expect in the next six months and beyond?

Intro: The Current State of Trade

Phil Levy, Flexport Inc.

Interviewed by Andrea Durkin, Sparkplug LLC

Panel: Trade Policy Under Trump vs. Biden

Michael Smart, Rock Creek Global Advisors LLC

Stephen Vaughn, King & Spalding LLP

Moderated by Evelyn Suarez, The Suarez Firm

 

Read and download bios of all the guest speakers here. This event is free, but you must register to attend; the webinar link will be sent to all participants the day before the event.

This event is organized by GW-CIBER, the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT), and the VA/DC District Export Council.