WASHINGTON – On Monday, November 7, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai will travel to Boston, Massachusetts. She will attend the New England Council’s 2022 Annual Celebration and receive the organization’s New Englander of the Year Award. In her remarks, Ambassador Tai will share her personal ties to the region and detail how New Englanders’ perseverance and resilience are helping to define the Biden Administration’s new, worker-centered approach to trade policy. For more information, please visit the New England Council’s website.
On Wednesday, November 9, Ambassador Tai will travel to Durham, North Carolina and will be the featured guest of the Phillips Family International Lecture Series at Duke University. Ambassador Tai will join Duke Professor Edmund Malesky for a conversation about the United States’ trade agenda and key priorities, including the ongoing development of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, the enforcement of existing free trade agreements, and the Biden Administration’s work to lead on the world stage and re-engage with our allies. Ambassador Tai will also share how the Biden Administration’s domestic economic agenda, including the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will boost U.S. competitiveness and reduce costs for American families. For more information, please visit the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy website.
On Thursday, November 10, Ambassador Tai will travel to Raleigh, North Carolina. She will visit North Carolina State University’s Wilson College of Textiles and tour its state-of-the-art research and teaching labs. For more information, please contact Kamau Marshall (firstname.lastname@example.org).
More information on specific events will come at a later date.