US Trade Policy 2022 – Where should other governments, policymakers, and business be looking?
Organized by:
Geneva Trade Platform
President Wilson Hotel
19 May 2022
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A critical player in the international trading system and the world’s largest economy, every choice the US makes on trade sends ripple effects from Brazil to Japan. Understandably, this means there is intense interest in where US trade policy is headed, both from the business community and among policymakers and stakeholders of every stripe.

However, two years since the election of US President Joe Biden, the direction of US trade policy remains unclear to many. In this Geneva Trade Platform / Akin Gump Event, Wendy Cutler, a Senior Policy Consultant at Akin Gump, Vice President of the Asia Society and a multi-decade veteran of the US Trade Representative’s office, will tackle some of the questions plaguing CEO’s, CSO’s and policymakers about how the tea leaves in Washington are falling.

Together with Akin Gump’s own Stephen Kho, Wendy Cutler will tackle the question: “If you were a government official, policyamaker or business leader looking to get ahead of the game on US trade policy, what would you be watching?”

Wendy Cutler, Senior Policy Consultant, Akin Gump
Stephen Kho, Partner, Akin Gump

Dmitry Grozoubinski, Executive Director, Geneva Trade Platform

This event will take place at 17:00 – 18:30 CET followed by a reception 18:30 – 20:00 CET.