Panelists talked about trade deficits and whether they are good or bad for the U.S. economy. Robert Shapiro, former under secretary of Economic Affairs at the Commerce Department during the Clinton administration, was among the experts on the panel.
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Peter F. Allgeier Deputy Trade Representative (Former) Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Caroline Freund Chief Economist (Former) World Bank->Middle East and North Africa
- Ken Levinson Executive Director Washington International Trade Association
Peter Morici Director (Former) U.S. International Trade Commission->Office of Economics
Robert J. Shapiro Undersecretary (Former) Department of Commerce->Economic Affairs
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