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Global Trade Experts Discuss "Post-USMCA: Canada’s Opportunities and Challenges for Diversifying Trade With China and India"

4:30-4:59pm check-in; 5:00pm sharp to 6:00pm discussion and Q&A

Event Co-Hosts: University of Toronto India Innovation Institute; and China Research Initiative at Rotman

Event Details

Speaker Series

Date: Thursday January 31, 2019 | 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Speaker(s): 3 Panelists:
Wendy Dobson, Professor Emerita, Economic Analysis and Policy; Co-Director, China Research Initiative, Rotman; Author, Gravity Shift (2009), Partners and Rivals (2013), and Co-Author, The Future of Canada's Relationship with China (2015)
Tiff Macklem, Dean and Professor of Finance, Rotman; Member, Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council
Kasi Rao, President and CEO, Canada-India Business Council

2 Moderators:
Hai Lu, Professor of Accounting and Co-Director - China Research Initiative, Rotman
Partha Mohanram, John H. Watson Chair in Value Investing, Professor of Accounting and Director - India Innovation Institute, Rotman
Topic: Post-USMCA: Canada’s Opportunities and Challenges for Diversifying Trade With China and India
Venue: Desautels Hall (Second Floor, South Building) | map
Rotman School of Management, U of Toronto,
105 St George Street
Location: Toronto
Cost: Free to attend. Registration is required by 1:00pm on January 31.
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Synopsis: Experts will discuss opportunities and challenges for businesses in Canada to diversify trade by looking at China and India.

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