The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Beyond: Advancing Canadian Trade and Investment in Asia
Canadian War Museum
Barney Danson Theatre
1 Vimy Pl, K1A 0M8
There is no charge to attend this event, however registration is required as spots are limited.
We all know the future of trade for Canada lies with Asia. But has Asia already moved on without us? Trade links are solidifying, and Canada is facing significant challenges in the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations.
The stakes are high. So what does Canada need to do to catch Asia’s tidal wave of economic growth?
- Ailish Campbell, Vice President Policy, International and Fiscal Issues, Canadian Council of Chief Executives
- Laura Dawson, President, Dawson Strategic
- Marius Grinius, Former Ambassador to Vietnam, South Korea, North Korea and to the United Nations and Conference on Disarmament
- Martha Hall Findlay, Executive Fellow, The School of Public Policy, and Chair, Advisory Committee – Partnership for Resource Trade
- Deanna Horton, Senior Visiting Fellow, The Munk School of Foreign Affairs
- Prashanth Parameswaran, Associate Editor, The Diplomat
- Peter Petri, Carl J. Shapiro Professor of International Finance, Brandeis University
- Jeffrey Schott, Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
- Hugh Stephens, Senior Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute and Principal, Trans-Pacific Connections
Keynote – Randolph Mank, Vice President and Board Member, Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Singapore, and former Ambassador to Malaysia, Pakistan and Indonesia
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