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1,929 views • February 28, 2023

USMCA: Building more integrated, resilient, and secure North American supply chains

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The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is critical in building more integrated, resilient, and secure supply chains for all three North American governments, industries, and civil societies. It sets rules and market access commitments for business and lays the foundation for expanding investment into complex and capital-intensive manufacturing and supply chains across North America. On Feb. 28, Senator and Chief of the Special Committee for the USMCA Implementation - Mexican Senate Claudia Ruiz Massieu; Kansas City Southern Railroad CEO Patrick Ottensmeyer; Deputy United States Trade Representative Jayme White; Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Deputy Minister Simon Kennedy; Director of the International Department - AFL-CIO, Cathy Feingold; Associate Professor and Department Vice Chair - Rutgers Business School Kevin Kolben; External advisor of the General Directorate - National College of Professional Technical Education (CONALEP) Sylvia B. Ortega Salazar; and Mexico's Former Chief Negotiator of the USMCA Kenneth Smith will share their perspectives at 1:00 p.m. ET on maximizing and securing supply chains in the North America region, in a conversation held by Brookings Institution to release their "second annual flagship report of its USMCA initiative."
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