TPP & The Digital Economy
Featuring a keynote address by:
The Honorable Jared Polis, D-CO
Co-Chair, Congressional Caucus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Followed by an expert panelist discussion including:
Vice President, National Foreign Trade Council
Attorney at Law
Public Policy & Government Relations Senior Counsel, Google
Kenneth Smith Ramos
Director of the Trade and NAFTA Office at the Embassy of Mexico
Senior Adviser and William M. Scholl Chair in International Business, CSIS
Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies, CSIS
The digital economy is one of the new 21st century issues that negotiators from the 12 countries participating in Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks are hammering out in their discussions. They are working to ensure information flows, consumer protection, authentication of electronic transactions, and fair customs duties in the environment.
The key indicator for whether the United States will be economically engaged in the Asia Pacific region this year will be the completion of the TPP. Leadership on trade and the economic aspect of United States involvement in the region has never been more important.
CSIS is committed to exploring and promoting the policy dynamic surrounding these issues through the continuation of its 2012 TPP Initiative. As a continuing part of the 2013 Trans-Pacific Partnership Speaker Series, CSIS is proud to be hosting a morning conference on key digital economy issues that will be included and addressed in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.
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