CTED and the Law School welcomed a State Department trade delegation made up of business and government leaders from six central Asian countries to discuss trade and development issues.
Dr. Abigail Cooke spoke to community members in Buffalo as part of an International Institute speaker series called "The Truth about Trade, Jobs and Politics."
The Canada-U.S. Trade Center organized a symposium on November 5th, 2016, sponsored by The Baldy Center for Law & Social Policy, University at Buffalo’s Geography Department, Asian Studies Program, and The Nila T. Gnamm Research Fund to discuss the governmental, academic, and legal implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
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Graduate students presented their research findings during a student symposium on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): Exploring the implications for public health, food systems, investment, and labor.
Robert Manogue, the Director of the Office of Bilateral Trade Affairs for the State Department, came to UB to talk with students about trade negotiations and career opportunities.