Agenda (tentative—subject to change)
Day One—October 4, Winfield House (U.S. Ambassador’s Residence)
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Welcoming Reception Hosted by U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Louis B. Susman
“This Administration deserves to be commended for the outreach in which it has engaged. The cleared advisors for the AFL-CIO and its affiliates have spent dozens of hours discussing with Administration negotiators the specific issues that are involved in the TPP talks and offering concrete recommendations. We have appreciated the spirit of cooperation and dialogue exhibited by the Administration at all levels…
Yesterday, lead negotiators from each of the nine Trans-Pacific Partnership countries sat down for a briefing and conversation with dozens of stakeholders interested in the progress, process, and substance of the 12th round of TPP talks happening outside Dallas, Texas this week. Some highlights:
Under President Obama’s leadership, the United States’ trade policy supports American jobs by opening markets and creating opportunities for U.S.
Until the early 1960s, the Department of State was responsible for conducting U.S.
The United States is the world's largest economy and the largest exporter and importer of goods and services.