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The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets

The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets
Sat Jul 20

The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets

The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets
Sat Jul 20

The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets

Theme: The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets

Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm CT

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The Contemporary U.S. Economy: Trade, Economic Development, and Financial Markets

This project examines U.S. financial markets, trade and export promotion, regional and state economic and business development, and U.S. perspectives on international economic and monetary issues. It will provide a review of the U.S. experience in banking, private and public sector finance, and the U.S. financial regulatory system. The project examines the effects of economic policy on trade, local economic and business development, and public sector financial management. Participants will explore how businesses and communities have weathered the global pandemic, facilitated trade promotion, and attracted foreign investment. Finally, they will take a comprehensive look at ongoing efforts to reinvigorate the U.S. economy and to enhance the overall stability, strength, and security of the international economic system.

Countries visiting: European Union, Georgia, Netherlands, Poland, Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Türkiye, Spain, United Kingdom

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    This project examines U.S. financial markets, trade and export promotion, regional and state economic and business development, and U.S. perspectives on international economic and monetary issues. It will provide a review of the U.S. experience in banking, private and public sector finance, and the U.S. financial regulatory system. The project examines the effects of economic policy on trade, local economic and business development, and public sector financial management. Participants will explore how businesses and communities have weathered the global pandemic, facilitated trade promotion, and attracted foreign investment. Finally, they will take a comprehensive look at ongoing efforts to reinvigorate the U.S. economy and to enhance the overall stability, strength, and security of the international economic system.

    Countries visiting: European Union, Georgia, Netherlands, Poland, Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Türkiye, Spain, United Kingdom