International Trade & Politics: Implications for 2016 and Beyond

Join us live for a conversation with the Atlantic Council, Baker & McKenzie, and high-level experts on US Elections and trade gathered in Mexico City on May 19th for the half-day conference International Trade & Politics; Implications for 2016 and Beyond. In the midst of this heated election cycle, it is more important than ever to talk about the implications of the US campaigns on both sides of the Rio Grande. To reflect on what the US Election will mean to Mexico, as well as on the shifting landscape of international trade, the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center and Baker & McKenzie are bringing to Mexico City, among others:

Peter Schechter, Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, Atlantic Council;

Jason Marczak, Director, Latin America Economic Growth Initiative;

Miguel Noyola, Partner and Chair of International Commercial Practice, Baker & McKenzie LLP; trade regulations expert

Raymundo Henríquez, Partner, Baker & McKenzie Abogados, C.C.; Analyst, US Elections & International Businesses

Glen Bolger, Republican Pollster and Partner, Public Opinion Strategies

Paul Maslin, Campaign Strategist and Partner, FM3  

The conference will take place at the JW Marriott Hotel Mexico City on Thursday, May 19th, at 8 a.m., and we would honored to welcome you. Please RSVP.