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Webinar Invitation: Central Asia Through the Prism of U.S.-China Trade Relations

20 May 2020

7.30am - 9.00am EST

Wednesday, May 20, 2020


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Orit Frenkel, President, Frenkel Strategies


Kevin Nealer, Principal, Scowcroft Group

What does the future hold for U.S.-Central Asia trade relations in the context of global trade trends, including the phase one deal between the U.S. and China announced in January 2020? Is the region ready to fully engage with U.S. companies actively looking for new markets? What should Central Asia do to meet American companies' expectations and help create more jobs domestically and in the U.S.? Our guest speakers will review these and other questions through the prism of U.S.-China trade relations.


Speakers' Bio


Orit Frenkel is the President of Frenkel Strategies, a consulting firm that assists clients with international trade and global public policy. She spent a decade as a trade negotiator with the U.S. Trade Representative's Office, followed by 26 years with GE, as the Senior Manager for Global Government Relations, focusing on transactions and government relations in Asia. Full bio is here.


Kevin G. Nealer is a principal of the Scowcroft Group, providing strategic risk advisory services and direct investment support to clients, specializing in ļ¬nancial services and trade policy issues for emerging markets, with emphasis on China and Southeast Asia. Full bio is here.