Transatlantic get-together: Global Economic Challenges and German-American Economic Relations
This year, the Auslandsgesellschaft is organizing a “transatlantic get-together” together with the Buffalo Dortmund Sister City Committee. Once a month people from Germany and the USA come together to discuss important issues that affect both countries. The fourth meeting of our regulars' table focuses on the topic of "Global economic challenges and German-American economic relations". Protectionism, customs barriers, trade conflicts, but also cooperation and dependencies shape the economic relationship between the USA and Germany. What separates and what unites both countries in terms of their goals in global economic policy - for example with regard to Russia and China? We discuss answers to these and other questions with experts from the USA and Germany. Of course there again: Our moderators Gerald Baars (head of the German-American society of the foreign company & long-time ARD studio manager in New York) and Dan Scanlon (graduate on State College Buffalo).
Registration: Martina Plum | firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to your participation!