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April 11th 2013:Obama’s Trade Agenda: How will it Impact U.S. Competiveness in a Global Supply Chain World?

“America is back in the trade game.” So says my guest, the Hon. Paula Stern, former chairwoman of the US International Trade Commission and head of The Stern Group. Now the Obama administration is launching 2 big trade initiatives. The “extraordinarily ambitious” Trans-Pacific Partnership and huge US-EU Free Trade Agreement will not just improve US competitiveness, they will boost its negotiating leverage with China. Dr. Stern advises companies, organization & governments on issues that affect their competitiveness in the global economy. Today she’ll advise the Global Reach audience on why—an

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Paula Stern

A former chairwoman of the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC), the Honorable Paula Stern leads The Stern Group, Inc.’s practice serving national and multinational companies and organizations on business, political and technological issues that affect their competitiveness in a global economy (The Stern Group, Inc). Dr. Stern is a member of the State Department's Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy, the Department of Commerce’s Advisory Committee on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, the Executive Committee of the Atlantic Council, the Boards of the Committee for Economic Development, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She serves on the Boards of Avo
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