• May 4, 2017

Changing Tides: Vietnam’s Opportunity to Shape Asia Pacific Trade Policy

May 13, 2017 – JW Marriot Hotel Hanoi
Roundtable Discussion from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Reception to follow

As global forces in trade shift and new technologies shake traditional trade models, governments and businesses face the challenge of developing new norms for trade policy. Vietnam, as the host of APEC and a leading global trader, has a unique opportunity to shape trade policy in the region and internationally. Join us as we examine trade-disrupting trends and discuss how Vietnam can help to lead globally in the search for a new trade paradigm.

Introductory Remarks by

Susan Chodakewitz
President & CEO, Nathan

Roundtable Discussion Featuring

Ambassador Michael Michalak
Former U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam and Senior Vice President and Regional Managing Director for the US-ASEAN Business Council

Paul Kent, PhD
Senior Vice President and Global Advisor for Ports and Infrastructure, Nathan

Moderated by

Dr. Timothy Buehrer
Chief of Party, ASEAN Connectivity through Trade and Investment (US-ACTI) Project and Principal Associate, Nathan Associates

Additional speaker to be confirmed.

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