CSUSTL Kicks Off 2021 Roundtable Series
with Senior Trade Officials from the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) and the International Trade Administration (ITA) to Discuss Administration Policies Affecting the Trade Remedy Laws.
On April 29, 2021, CSUSTL met with USTR General Counsel Greta Peisch for an hour long virtual dialogue. Ms. Peisch presented her insights on current issues to roughly forty members from CSUSTL's Executive Committee, and the general membership, to discuss a wide range of topics before the agency. The meeting followed the format, characteristic of CSUSTL's Roundtables, which allows both presenter and participants the opportunity for a lively give and take dialogue. Ryan Majerus, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and Negotiations, International Trade Administration, then met with CSUSTL in a virtual session on June 24, 2021 to discuss AD/CVD enforcement activities. The deep technical understanding of these laws, by Mr. Majerus, resulted in a productive conversation with CSUSTL's Executive Committee regarding specific improvement to the AD/CVD laws. The issues discussed at these meetings are an ongoing concern for CSUSTL member organizations in their efforts to maintain strong and effective trade remedy laws.
*This event is part of the CSUSTL Trade Policy Forum, which was established to provide CSUSTL members, and invited guests, the opportunity to meet with key trade policy makers to hear their insights and share ideas on public policy.