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Save the dateJune 29, 202010 AM - 11 AM Add to Calendar
Organizer
Organizer
Contact Person: KV Rojas
Event Details
Event Details

AmCham member companies get two (2) complimentary passes which they must register here: https://bit.ly/amcham-agribusiness-june-29-webinar


Additional member company representatives and non-members may register through this page.


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Summary:


The United States is the Philippines' second-biggest trading partner with total trade of around $30 billion. In 2017 (latest data available, exports reached $11.5 billion while imports totaled $18.1 billion. Trade deficit for U.S goods and services for the same year was at $6.7 billion.


These figures prompted US President Donald Trump to initiate the crafting of a Free Trade Agreement during his visit to the Philippines in November 2017. Exploratory talks between the two governments were done. However, the formality of the agreement will only happen when President Trump informs the Congress of its intentions for an FTA with the Philippines.


The U.S.-Philippine Foreign Trade Agreement will have an effect on many industries and AmCham businesses. In this regard, AmCham Agribusiness Committee would like to explore the FTAs prospects and future of Agribusiness concerning the items to be stipulated in the agreement.

Speaker
Speaker
  • Allan Gepty (Assistant Secretary at Department of Trade and Industry)

    Allan Gepty

    Assistant Secretary at Department of Trade and Industry

Tickets
Tickets

Additional Member Company Representatives

Use this ticket if you are registering additional representatives beyond the two (2) complimentary passes given to AmCham member companies

Standard Price: ₱300 + 10% | $6.00
-For online payments through credit card or Paypal, with an additional tariff due to service charge.

₱300
$6

Non-Members

For non-member company representatives or non-individual AmCham members

Standard Price: ₱1,000 + 10% | $22.00
-For online payments through credit card or Paypal, with an additional tariff due to service charge.

₱1,000
$22