16 March, Washington DC - US Chamber of Commerce Transatlantic Business Summit



U.S. Chamber of Commerce


U.S. Chamber - International Affairs Division - Europe


                                                                              Monday, March 16
                                                                                 12:15 - 4:30 pm
                                                                    U.S. Chamber of Commerce 
                                                                              1615 H Street, NW

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The Transatlantic Business Works Summit is the U.S. Chamber’s signature annual forum highlighting the benefits of the world's largest bilateral trade and investment relationship. The event attracts business executives, thought leaders, and government officials from across Europe and the United States to identify ways to improve upon this solid foundation. 
This year's Summit will highlight the positive impact that transatlantic investment and trade have in creating jobs and fostering economic growth as featured in the Transatlantic Economy 2020 report, which will be released at the event. We will hear directly from policymakers on the importance of strengthening the relationship, with keynote remarks from:

                                                                                      Phil Hogan 
                                                               European Commissioner for Trade
                                                                              Dr. Larry Kudlow
                                                      Director of the National Economic Council

The summit also provides a platform for U.S. and European companies to discuss priorities and opportunities for collaboration with panel discussions on:

                      Promoting a Sustainable Economy: The Need for Private Sector Leadership 


                       Prioritizing Interconnectivity: Advancing the Transatlantic Digital Agenda


Stay tuned for additional speaker and program announcements soon. 

This event is intended to comply with the widely-attended event exception to the House and Senate and executive branch ethics rules.  Legislative employees should consult with the House and Senate ethics office, as appropriate, to determine whether there would be any prohibition on their attendance at this event. Executive branch employees should obtain written permission to attend this event from their designated agency ethics office and should send a copy of the permission to Ciara O'Dea at codea@uschamber.com prior to the event.




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