Charting a Winning Course in the Uncertain Waters of Global Commerce

27
April
Thursday
8:15 AM
27
April
Thursday
2:00 PM

With the British Prime Minister Theresa May last week formally triggering Article 50 announcing Britain’s withdrawal from the EU, this weekends meeting between President Trump and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping and the U.S. trade agenda beginning to take shape, this crucially timed international business symposium hosted by the Muma College of Business and the USF World at the University of South Florida brings together senior government trade officials from the U.S. Department of Commerce, UK Department of International Trade and the Government of Mexico and international business experts on China and India to give their insights and the latest advice on doing business in today’s dynamic international landscape.

With a focus on countries which stand to bear the biggest potential impact from the trade policies of the new U.S. administration, BREXIT and the maturity of high growth economies, this highly topical event will provide hugely valuable insights into capitalizing on the uncertainties currently prevailing in these markets.

Discussions will focus on future current and future cross border trade opportunities and challenges, global import tariff dynamics and regulations, changes to immigration laws, currency fluctuations and how new international trade agreements are set to significantly boost and possibly stifle international trade and investment.

Register here: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07edwxi5ifcec1e33b&oseq=&c=&ch=