On Thursday, June 20, please join George Washington University’s Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub in conjunction with CCIA and Internet Association for a lunch panel discussion on the current and future directions of U.S. digital trade policy.
with special remarks by
Senator Ron Wyden
Thursday, June 20 • 12:00pm-1:15pm
485 Russell Senate Office Building
The U.S. is a leader of the internet economy and it has long led efforts to develop international principles, rules and agreements governing digital trade and e-commerce. However, the U.S. is currently not a party to any trade agreement with binding and explicit rules governing digital trade. The U.S. may be left behind as other nations such as Canada, Japan and the EU forge ahead with bilateral, regional, or plurilateral agreements containing comprehensive commitments on digital trade, e-commerce, and/or data.
This event will provide attendees with a broad understanding of U.S. digital trade proposals, how they might affect the U.S. economy, how citizens and policymakers in other nations may see them, and how these provisions may change to match market and technological developments.
Moderated by Susan Aaronson, GWU Research Professor, CIGI Senior Fellow and Director of the Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub, our panel will feature:
- Matthew Reisman, Director of International Trade, Microsoft
- Serge Shikher, Representative, U.S. International Trade Commission
- Jayme White, Chief International Competitiveness and Innovation Advisor, Senate Committee on Finance
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