Cocktail Forum: "Cross-border trade and investment: What to expect from the new government"

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The U.S. Consul General Andrew C. Parker in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Canada, Quebec Chapter extends a Special Invitation to a Cocktail Forum "Cross-border trade and investment: What to expect from the new government". A discussion with John Parisella

The U.S. Consul General Andrew C. Parker in partnership with The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada, Quebec Chapter extends a Special Invitation to a Cocktail Forum "Cross-border trade and investment: What to expect from the new government". A discussion with John Parisella

You are cordially invited to attend this special presentation and discussion with one of the leading experts on the Quebec-US relationship. John Parisella is a former chief of staff to the Premier of Quebec, a former Delegate-general of Quebec in New York and a Fellow at the CERIUM Center for International Studies and Research, Université de Montréal. Mr. Parisella will present and discuss what can be expected from the new government regarding trade and investment with the United States.  

Cost:
AmCham members $25 (plus GST/PST)
Non-members $35 (plus GST/PST)

Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Advance registration (by and Friday April 25) and complete payment are required to attend.

Should you have any questions, please direct them to Tom Creary, AmCham Quebec Chapter Chair at (514) 893-4295

 
April 29th, 2014 5:30 PM   through   7:30 PM
Residence of the U.S. Consul-General
Montreal, QC
Canada
AmCham Member (tax incl.) $ 28.74
Non-Member (tax incl.) $ 40.24
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