U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement has potentially cost Washington state businesses significant new market opening opportunities in the Asia Pacific. US-China-Japan trade relations face an increasingly fragmented, complicated trade policy environment.

The panel will discuss three questions:

  • What approaches would offer Washington businesses and other stakeholders the greatest opportunities related to China and Japan along with their regional supply chains?
  • What are the implications for seaports, maritime security, and logistics management?
  • Which policy options may not be advantageous, or potentially have a negative impact on Washington State?

 

 

When: March 1, 2018

Where: Port of Seattle Headquarters, 2711 Alaskan Way
*Parking validation available for the Bell Harbor Parking Garage, entrance on Wall Street

Schedule
4:30 PM     Registration
5:00 PM     Program
6:15 PM      Reception
7:30 PM      Adjourn

Price: JASSW & WSCRC Members: $25
Non-Members: $35
Students: $20

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