NAFTA Negotiations: Implications for Canada and the U.S.
October 17, 2017 , Detroit Regional Chamber

This Event is SOLD OUT.

One Woodward Avenue, Ste. 1900, Detroit, MI

Event Details

In cooperation with the Consulate General of Canada in Detroit and the Detroit Regional Chamber, OESA is pleased present “NAFTA Negotiations: Implications for Canada and the U.S.” on October 17, 2017, at the Detroit Regional Chamber in Detroit, MI.

NAFTA experts and automotive industry insiders will discuss the trade, economic and business impact of the current NAFTA Negotiations on Canada and the United States. Attendees will leave the meeting with an update on the current negotiations and a solid understanding of what’s really at stake as the Trump Administration works to modify the agreement.

Ann Wilson, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), will provide a NAFTA negotiations update and the impact on the U.S.

Christopher Sands, senior research professor and director of the Center for Canadian Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University will provide a NAFTA negotiations update and the impact on Canada

Xavier Mosquet, senior partner, The Boston Consulting Group, will share the results of a recent BCG study on NAFTA’s North American impact.

With the ever-evolving changes in the NAFTA negotiations, this is a must-attend event.

Space is limited to the first 50 people. 

Registration Information

Registration Fees:

Invited attendees                                               $50

This event is SOLD OUT.


For additional registration and program information, contact OESA at 248.952.6401 or

Note: Refunds cannot be given for this event. Substitutions are always welcome. Charges will appear as “Motor & Equip MFG Assoc.”


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