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The prospective Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement has been the subject of much media and public discussion. What is it designed to accomplish? Will political opponents in the U.S. be able to block its coming into being? If TPP does materialize, what will Taiwan need to do to secure second-round membership? To help address these and other questions, AmCham is honored to host two special guests from Washington DC to share with us their insights on TPP.

Agenda

12 PM

30 mins

Registration & Networking

12:30 PM

30 mins

Lunch

1 PM

5 mins

Speaker Introductions

1:05 PM

10 mins

Wendy Cutler: Views on TPP from a former USTR negotiator

1:15 PM

10 mins

Tami Overby: TPP insights from an industry/business perspective
- Economic benefits to companies

1:25 PM

35 mins

Q&A and Open Discussion

2 PM

2 PM

Luncheon ends

Speakers

  • Wendy Cutler (Vice President and Managing Director, Washington, D.C. Office, Asia Society Policy Institute / Former Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative)

    Wendy Cutler

    Vice President and Managing Director, Washington, D.C. Office, Asia Society Policy Institute / Former Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative

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  • Tami Overby (Senior Vice President, Asia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and President, U.S. Korea Business Council)

    Tami Overby

    Senior Vice President, Asia, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and President, U.S. Korea Business Council

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Tickets

Member

AmCham Taipei member representatives only

TW$ 1,400
Guests
TW$ 2,000
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