Fostering Economic Growth: Rethinking Trade Architecture
Nearly 20 years after the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), multilateral trade is facing serious challenges in the form of competing national policies and increased regionalism. In a post-Doha context, how can consensus be achieved to support greater trade and avert harmful protectionism? How should governments and businesses leverage free trade to create jobs and promote equitable growth? What investments in transportation infrastructure are required to enhance the free flow of goods in the Americas?
William M.B. Fleming, Jr., President, Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBAU)
Lois Frankel, Representative of Florida’s 22nd Congressional District, United States House of Representatives
- Laura J. Lane, President, Global Public Affairs, UPS
- Bill Johnson, Director, Port of Miami
- David Collenette, Chairman, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in North America (CILTNA)
- Juan Carlos González, Vice-President, Foreign Investment, Proexport (Colombia)