International Trade Panel

January 24th

2019 is bringing about new challenges and uncertainties when it comes to international trade. Trade agreements that have existed for decades are being renegotiated (NAFTA, BREXIT) and new trade agreements (CETA, TPP)  are opening up opportunities for Canadian businesses.  The trade landscape is becoming more complex and changes to these and other policies could have cascading effects on Canadian industries. How do we manage these risks and take advantage of newly presented trade opportunities? What should Atlantic Canadians be thinking about in this turbulent environment? This panel will bring together a group of trade experts to discuss global trade issues from an Atlantic Canadian perspective. Taking place on January 24 at the Atlantic Conference on Public Administration (ACPA), the panel discussion will feature Maryscott Greenwood, Pierre Pettigrew and Colin Robertson. 

The Atlantic Conference on Public Administration in partnership with the  MacEachen Institute is excited to bring together top trade experts for a January 24th panel on International Trade



Maryscott Greenwood

Principal in Dentons' Public Policy group; Chief Executive officer of the Canadian-American Business Council

Pierre Pettigrew

Executive Advisor, International at Deloitte Canada; Government of Canada Special Envoy for the Canada-European Union Trade Agreement (CETA)

Colin Robertson

Vice President and Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute

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