Tomorrow: Export-Import Bank Chairman Fred Hochberg Continues NDN Economic Series

Over the past few months, NDN and the New Policy Institute have held a series of discussions on the changes occurring in the American and global economies and the necessary work ahead to ensure broad-based prosperity in the 21st century. These past events have included Senator Mark Warner on Competitiveness and Innovation, FCIC Chairman Phil Angelides, and Professor Jagdish Bhagwati on the changing global economy. On June 16, the series will continue with Rep. Ron Kind speaking on the New Dem Innovation Agenda.

The most immediate event in this series is tomorrow with Export Import Bank Chairman and President Fred Hochberg. We hope you will join us.

June 10 @ 12pm - Export-Import Bank Chairman and President Fred Hochberg

Fred Hochberg

The Great Recession precipitated the sharpest decline in world trade since the end of World War II and saw the threat of the complete stall of global commerce. Out of that decline has come the great challenge and opportunity of putting the global trade system back on track in a manner that benefits both America and our trading partners. At the core of this effort is the Export-Import Bank of the United States, which, along with many others, has undertaken the work of meeting the ambitious goals of President Obama's National Export Initiative (NEI). 

NDN is pleased to invite you to an address on June 10 from the Chairman and President of the Export-Import Bank, Fred Hochberg, who will speak about the National Export Initiative and the work of the Export-Import Bank. NDN Globalization Initiative Chair Dr. Robert Shapiro will moderate a discussion and Q&A following the Chairman's remarks.

June 10 @ 12pm
NDN - 729 15th St NW, First Floor
Washington, DC 
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A live webcast will begin at 12:15