Briefing with EU Ambassador to the US

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European-American Chamber Of Commerce Ambassadorial Briefing

with

João Vale de Almeida

EU Ambassador to the US

“TTIP and the Future of the EU-US Partnership”

Join colleagues from European Chambers to welcome Ambassador João Vale de Almeida, EU Ambassador to the United States. He is well placed to speak to the strengths of the ongoing Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) free trade negotiations. His diverse experience includes:

  • Representing the EU in the Treaty of Lisbon negotiations
  • Involvement in several G8 and G20 Summits
  • Serving as Chief of Staff for The European Commission President

Series Co-Sponsor:  KPMG

Date: February 20th, 2014
Time: 8:00am – 9:30pm
Location:Hearst Tower 300 West 57th Street, 44th Floor at 8th Avenue

Attendance Fees:

Reduced ticket rate for Chamber Members: $30
Guests: $50

 USACC Members $30 click here to register
Non-Members /Guests $50: click here to register

If you prefer you may send a check made out to US Austrian Chamber of Commerce and mail it to:
US Austrian Chamber of Commerce, 165 W 46th Street, Ste 1113, New York NY 10032

A BritishAmerican Business program in association with 
The European-American Chamber of Commerce

BritishAmerican Business • U.S.-Austrian Chamber of Commerce • Belgian-American Chamber of Commerce • Finnish American Chamber of Commerce • French-American Chamber of Commerce • German American Chamber of Commerce • The Ireland Chamber-United States • Italy-America Chamber of Commerce • Luxembourg-American Chamber of Commerce • Portugal-U.S. Chamber of Commerce • Romanian-American Chamber of Commerce • Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce • Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce • Swiss American Chamber of Commerce

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