Exploring New Approaches to Trade Investment and Jobs


Exploring New Approaches to Trade, Investment and Jobs

Insight and Impact for Business from the OECD


October 30, 2014

The St. Regis Hotel | Washington, DC




Ambassador Michael Froman

United States Trade Representative



Cathy Novelli

Under Secretary for
Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment
U.S. Department of State


Click here to view a complete schedule, list of speakers, and panel descriptions.

The USCIB Foundation, BIAC and the OECD are jointly hosting a one-day conference in Washington, D.C. on October 30, 2014 to highlight the innovative work that OECD is doing in the areas of trade and investment and to discuss how this work impacts policy, job creation and trade negotiations around the world.  This program will bring together experts from the OECD, U.S. and foreign governments, and business on global value chains, services trade barriers, investment agreements, trade facilitation, and the relationship between regional and multilateral trade negotiations. Speakers will draw on OECD studies in discussing the current and future direction of global trade and investment policies.

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Registration costs are $200 for USCIB members and $225 for non-members, and

$100 for government and non-profit attendees.

Space is limited. Register now to secure your place at this unique new event!

You can register online by following this link, or by filling out a registration form.

For more information on the conference:

Please visit www.uscibtrade.org
or contact Diana Jack at djack@uscib.org
or (202) 617-3156.


For information on sponsorship opportunities:

Please contact Abby Shapiro at ashapiro@uscib.org or (617) 515-8492.


Click here to download an Outlook calendar reminder to save the date of October 30, 2014.


Click here for a list of hotels near the St. Regis in Washington, D.C. if you will be traveling for the conference.

Staff Contact:   Christopher Olsen

Policy Manager, Regulation and Trade
Tel: 202.617.3156

As members of USCIB’s Policy Team, Policy and Program Assistants work to support the mission of the organization on an array of issues ranging from Growth, Jobs and Open Market; Competitiveness and Innovation; Sustainable Development; and Business and Society.

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