• The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): What Impact on Global Economic Governance?

    November 14 2013, 08:30 - 10:30
    Location: Salle de la Commission des Affaires étrangères/ l’Assemblée nationale - 33 rue Saint-Dominique 7507
    Click here to read our one-page summary of the roundtable (in French, pdf format) or click here for our video podcast with experts on the TTIP, taken at the event. 

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): 
    What Impact on Global Economic Governance?
    Under the patronage of Élisabeth Guigou, Member of the French National Assembly for Seine-Saint-Denis and
    President of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
    This conference aims to facilitate a cross-cultural perspective on the transatlantic negotiations. What are the central geopolitical issues surrounding this agreement? What impact will there be on transatlantic relations and our relationship with emerging markets?


    Introduction by Elisabeth Guigou, Member of the French National Assembly for Seine-Saint-Denis and President of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Clara Gaymard, President of AmCham France, President of GE France.

    Jean-Paul Bacquet, President of UBIFRANCE and member of the Foreign Affairs Commission at the Assemblée Nationale
    Patrick Messerlin, Professor of economics and Director, Groupe d’Economie Mondiale at Sciences Po
    Fran BurwellAtlantic Council VP and director of the Transatlantic Relations Program
    Elena Bryan, Senior Trade Representative U.S. Mission to the EU

    The AmCham:
    The American Chamber of Commerce in France is 
    the oldest US business association overseas, facilitating bilateral business transactions and investments since its founding in 1894. With over 500 members, French and American, the Chamber is a decisive force for transatlantic economic relations. 

    Supported by the Embassy of the United States in France

    **By Invitation Only**