U.S. - China - Japan: The Evolving Trade Landscape
Wednesday, March 13
2:00 pm - 4:30
Join the Japan-America Society of the State of Washington, Washington State China Relations Council, Port of Seattle, World Trade Center of Tacoma, and the Northwest Seaport Alliance as our panel of experts discusses the ever-evolving trade landscape between the U.S., China, and Japan, and what it means for businesses in the Pacific Northwest.
The trade landscape between the United States, China, and Japan continues to be volatile. As trade discussions and tariffs are constantly in the news, how do businesses react as they anticipate policy changes that will affect their bottom line? What are businesses experiencing in their day-to-day operations?
Come hear how the evolving landscape between these three economies and trade policy changes and likely future scenarios are and will be affecting business in Washington State as well as how our local businesses are responding on the ground here and in overseas markets.
Moderator: Andrew Crowder, Washington State Department of Commerce
Welcome and Closing remarks by:
Our panel will consider the following questions (and more):