Oct 31, 2018
The International Trade Commission, which is an independent, quasijudicial Federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities on matters of trade, has become a virtual forum for private trade wars that can impact American and international markets drastically. Given the current trade wars, we’re exploring how multinationals should approach dealing with competing imports and their potential for undermining the market for domestic products.
Joining me is economist Susan H. Manning, Ph.D. Susan is a Senior Vice President at international economic consulting firm Compass Lexecon, based in Washington D.C. and London. She is Chief Operating Officer of the Center for Healthcare Economics and Policy within the Economic Consulting segment. Dr. Manning has over 30 years of economics and litigation consulting experience, including extensive expertise in antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, international trade, and regulatory policy analysis.
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