A Discussion with Hiddo Houben, Head of Trade & Economic Activity at the EU Embassy
Yale-in-Washington is pleased to announce:
A Discussion with Hiddo Houben, Head of Trade & Economic Activity at the EU Embassy and Yale World Fellow.
When: Thursday July 5, 5:30 PM
Where: EU Delegation
Hiddo Houben currently heads the trade section of the EU embassy in Washington DC. Prior to this, he served in the private office of the UK's EU Trade Commissioners, Peter Mandelson and Baroness Catherine Ashton, working on trade, energy policy and financial markets. Houben got his start in trade policy in the Uruguay Round negotiations in the early 1990s. He was later the EU’s deputy chief negotiator, elaborating the terms of China's accession to the WTO, which was successfully concluded in 2001. Houben's 20 years at the European Commission have given him an insider view of the process of European integration, and of the way the process of globalization is redefining the EU and multilateral
Thursday, July 5 at 5:30 PM
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