Office of the United States Trade Representative


Public Dialogue Session to be held in New York on October 8th

U.S. officials will take part in a public dialogue session regarding potential improvement of the U.S.-EU economic relationship in New York, NY on Friday, October 8th. 

Pursuant to the "U.S.-EU Declaration on Strengthening our Economic Partnership" agreed to by President Bush and his EU counterparts at the June 2004 US-EU Summit in Ireland, the United States welcomes and encourages lively and creative public debate on both sides of the Atlantic on how to enhance the already strong transatlantic economic relationship.

As part of its exploration of new ideas, U.S. agencies have decided to convene a number of public dialogue sessions with the business, consumer, labor, environmental and academic communities, and other elements of civil society in order to outline proposals for possible eventual adoption by governments.  The U.S. government’s objective is to stimulate concrete ideas from interested stakeholders for specific government actions that could enhance US-EU economic ties. 

Anyone interested in information on attending the session being planned for New York on October 8th should contact Lisa Errion at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative by e-mail at or by phone at 202-395-3320.  Space is limited, so please inquire as soon as possible.

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