Trade Capacity Building and Emerging Markets
A Conversation with USAID
Eric Postel, Assistant Administrator, Bureau of Economic Growth, Agriculture, and Trade
Steve Radelet, Chief Economist
In an age of fiscal austerity, the U.S. government must find ways to generate sustainable economic development beyond traditional assistance programs. Public private partnerships, aid for trade, and trade capacity building are in focus as the U.S. government and U.S. companies look for ways to stimulate growth in the poor and developing economies around the world.
Please join us for a timely panel discussion with Eric Postel, Assistant Administrator and Steve Radelet, Chief Economist at USAID. They will address issues of trade capacity building, USAID’s metrics, the recent WTO review of Aid for Trade, as well as how the U.S. trade agenda can affect the United States’ global development objectives.
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