Thompson Coburn, Enterprise Bank & Trust and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis will co-host an upcoming Executive Insights session that will dive into the latest international trade developments.
The Thursday, October 25, event, “Trade Wars: Are You Ready to Battle in Missouri?” will be led by Thompson Coburn partner Robert Shapiro, who will provide the latest information on the international trade measures affecting the St. Louis economy and what organizations can do to petition for business-critical exceptions to steeply escalating duty rates.
For a preview of Robert’s presentation, check out his recent article, “NAFTA, tariffs and trade wars: Are you ready to do battle in Missouri?”
The Hispanic Chamber attempts to strengthen Hispanic enterprise and small and minority business integration to promote a sustainable socioeconomic development and a better quality of life in the St. Louis region. Thompson Coburn partner Claire Schenk is a member of the Hispanic Chamber’s Board of Directors.
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