Levelling the Playing Field: Fostering Rules-Based Competition in Global Trade
In the past decade, US exporters have faced unprecedented levels of foreign competition, particularly by a vast and growing pool of unregulated government export finance. This trend has altered the global trade market in dramatic and concerning ways for American companies. Chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, Fred Hochberg, will be joining us to discuss the potential for establishing dependable, rules-based competition within the increasingly unreliable landscape of the international marketplace.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.