"NECBC@35" - State of Trade Relations Between U.S. and Canada

Tue, October 18 2016

08:00a.m. - 10:00a.m.


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Location:  Foley & Lardner LLP, 111 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA


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The NECBC was founded 35 years ago
and in recognition we are pleased to present a special breakfast meeting looking at the state of trade relations between the U.S. and Canada, focusing on New England.  What are the trade opportunities and barriers?  What have we learned over the last several years about trade relations?  What is the outlook for the next few years? 
In addition, we will recognize at this gathering several of the original founders of the NECBC who created this business organization in 1981.  Please join us!

 


Panelists:  The Honourable David Alward, Canadian Consul General to New England,
Consulate General of Canada
John Ballantine, Jr., Ph.D., Senior Lecturer in the Brandeis International Business School,
President of the New England Economic Partnership (NEEP)
Michael Dolega,
Senior Economist, TD Economics
Moderator:  Elmore Alexander, Ph.D., Dean, Louis Ricciardi College of Business, Bridgewater State University

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