Despite political turbulence, the U.S. and Europe remain each other’s most important markets. No other markets are as integrated in terms of foreign direct investment (FDI), portfolio investment, banking claims, trade and affiliate sales in goods and services, mutual R&D investment, patent cooperation, technology flows, digital trade, and sales of knowledge-intensive services.

This trend is not changing. Transatlantic gaps in growth, job creation, and trade all narrowed in 2016.

Join us for a presentation of the Transatlantic Economy 2017 survey with co-author Joe Quinlan, Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University, and Managing Director and head of market & thematic strategy for Global Wealth & Investment Management (GWIM), Bank of America Corporation.

Followed by an expert panel discussion on A new Transatlantic order: Europe, the U.S. and the UK with Lena Johansson, Secretary General, ICC Sweden and Magnus Larsson, SME Committee Representing IT & Telecom Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.

Obs! Externt seminarium.