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Andrew McCall, executive director of governmental affairs for Ford of Europe,and a member of the TransAtlantic Business Dialogue (TABD), also called for regulatory harmonization and standardization to help companies reduce operating costs and create opportunities for the EV market to thrive.
Chamber of Commerce, the TransAtlantic Business Dialogue, the Emergency Committee for American Trade, the National Association of Manufacturers, the United States Council for International Business and the National Foreign Trade Council issued the following statement in light of the U.
Transatlantic economic ties constitute the backbone of the global economy, a bilateral roadmap for growth and jobs can act as accelerator not only for the transatlantic marketplace but the world economy as a whole", said Jim Quigley, senior partner at Deloitte and US co-chair of TransAtlantic Business Dialogue.
7, hundreds gathered on the west side of the Madison Street Bridge in preparation for a march protesting the Transatlantic Business Dialogue Conference.
I am clear that the work started by government and business representatives in the forum of the Transatlantic Business Dialogue will continue to pave the way for more open trade with the US, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises.
Key Recommendations * Washington should actively support effective consumer, environmental, and labor dialogues to complement the successful Transatlantic Business Dialogue.
Tire industry leaders met with government officials from the United States and the European Union in Rome, Italy in early November to participate in the Transatlantic Business Dialogue annual conference.
Parrett is a member of the International Business Council of the World Economic Forum, and the Transatlantic Business Dialogue (TABD).