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Beyond the Ballot: How Will The US Election 2024 Shape Transatlantic Trade?

Date

28 Feb 2024 12:00

Address

Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71
1000  Brussels
Belgium

Section

Global Europe

Event Location

Brussels

Event Description

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

we are delighted to invited you to our upcoming event titled "Beyond The Ballot: How Will The US Election 2024 Shape Transatlantic Trade?" Following a joint lunch, the event will delve into the implications of the upcoming US presidential election for the European Union and transatlantic relations. We are pleased to have Micol Bertolini, Associate Policy Manager at the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU, and Dr. David Kleimann, Visiting Fellow at Bruegel, as esteemed speakers.

Date: Wednesday, 28. February 2024

Time: 12:00h - 13:30h
Venue: Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels

REGISTRATION

Please register by 27. February 2024 using the following link: https://forms.gle/dmM7JD7cyffKLTtj6

ABOUT THE EVENT

The upcoming US presidential election will not only significantly influence the United States but also extend its effects to the European Union. The election's outcome will have profound implications for the global economy, climate policies, social movements, and geopolitical dynamics. The transatlantic trade relationship, which surged to an impressive volume of nearly 1.3 billion US dollars in 2022, deserves special consideration.

Against this backdrop, our luncheon discussion event will specifically focus on the impact on transatlantic and international trade. We aim to address fundamental questions: How will US trade policy shape transatlantic relations post-election? How do Democrats and Republicans diverge in their approaches to the future trade relationship with China? Additionally, we will explore cooperative efforts between the EU and the US in tackling challenges within the WTO.

This discussion offers an opportunity to assess the potential impact on US-EU economic relations and deliberate on possible solutions for future transatlantic trade issues.

The event will take place under Chatham House Rule.

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