USCIB Hosted Conversation with OECD Deputy Director for Trade Julia Nielson

From left to right: USCIB’s SVP for Trade, Investment, and Digital Policy Alice Slayton Clark, Deputy Director for the Trade and Agriculture Directorate (TAD) at the OECD Julia Nielson; and Head of OECD’s Washington Center Susan Fridy.

On June 20, USCIB hosted a member discussion with Julia Nielson, Deputy Director for the Trade and Agriculture Directorate (TAD) at the OECD. Deputy Director Nielson provided a detailed review of OECD work on the key issues before TAD, including data flow, digital trade, supply chain resiliency, industrial subsidies, and trade promotion. She also updated USCIB members on the state of current OECD accession discussions now that talks with Thailand have launched.  

Most importantly, there was a discussion on the value of private sector inputs at the OECD and future opportunities at upcoming supply chain and sustainability forums.  

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