Navigating the New Trade Landscape Panel – China, BREXIT, USMCA

May 14, 2020

Tractus Asia recently participated in the Greater Irvine Chamber’s 6th annual Orange County World Trade Week Forum. “If I’m sitting in California and I’m thinking, ‘Where am I going to see business growth?’ I’m going to look to Asia,” said Tractus Managing Director John Evans in the Greater Irvine Chamber webinar, Navigating the New Trade Landscape – China, BREXIT, USMCA. “China is the 3rd largest trading partner with California. If you add in the rest of Asia, it quickly goes past Canada at no. 2 and is on par with Mexico at no. 1. Those are the economies that are recovering.” Continue listening to John, K&L Gates LLP Partner Barry Cosgrave, FTC Commercial Corp Co-Founder Ken Wengrod, and moderator Greater Irvine Chamber Executive Vice President Linda DiMario above.

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