Evelyn Suarez will be a presenter in the upcoming WIT-LA Webinar The Ties the Bind: U.S., Mexico & Canada. The focus will be on the USMCA, formerly known as NAFTA, and ways to move forward following the negotiations. This webinar is open to WIT Members and Guests. More information, including a registration link, below.
U.S. Automotive Industry Needs Free Trade – Discussion
I am honored to be included in the upcoming discussion “U.S. Automotive Industry Needs Free Trade” at Heritage Foundation on October 23, 2018.
Evelyn Suarez Speaks at U.S. Trade Policy Panel on WTO Participation and Potential Violation
Evelyn Suarez spoke at the U.S. Trade Policy Panel on WTO Participation and Potential Violation, presented by the International Trade and Investment Law Society. The panel discussion took place on April 2, 2018, at the American University Washington College of Law in Washington, DC.
The program description reads:
Featuring experienced trade negotiators and WTO litigators to speak on both domestic and international impact of the recent tariffs on Steel and Aluminum, Section 301 investigation against China on intellectual property, Canada’s WTO challenge on US trade rule book; more generally, the legal implication of US trade policy, and new direction of Free Trade Agreement under the WTO.
Moderator: Patrick Macrory, Director, International Trade Law Center at International Law Institute; Partner, Appleton Luff
Warren H. Maruyama, Partner, Hogan Lovells
James R. Cannon, Jr., Partner, Cassidy Levy Kent
Evelyn M. Suarez, The Suarez Firm
Vanessa P. Sciarra, Vice President for Legal Affairs and Trade & Investment Policy, National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC)
Evelyn Suarez Speaks About Global Value Chains
View the Global Value Chains event video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9OYDvYLCvY&feature=youtu.be
The global value chains (GVCs), which encompass all activities involved in the production of goods and services on a global scale, have a complex role in trade, productivity, and economic growth. While GVCs are seen as a vehicle for job creation, questions remain about the uneven distribution of these benefits – geographically, across industries, and socially. Watch a debate presenting opposing views on trade and GVCs, followed by a panel discussion featuring experts from the retail, automotive, agriculture, and services sectors.
DEBATE: Myths and Realities of Trade
– Chad Bown, Peterson Institute
– Terence Stewart, Stewart and Stewart
Moderated by: Michael Moore, The George Washington University
PANEL: Global Value Chains as Job Creators
– Leila Afas, Toyota North America
– Christine Bliss, Coalition of Services Industries
– Angela Marshall Hofmann, Farmers for Free Trade
– Julia Hughes, The Global Value Chain Coalition
Moderated by: Evelyn Suarez, The Suarez Firm
Evelyn Suarez To Speak at AAPA’s 2018 Spring Conference, March 20-21 in Washington, D.C.
From the American Association of Port Authorities:
AAPA Features Trade Policy for the Americas at the 2018 Spring Conference!
Trade policy will be featured of the opening afternoon of AAPA’s 2018 Spring Conference, March 20-21 in Washington, D.C.