ICTF's Complimentary Webinar: International Trade in a Populist World
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When: Tuesday, June 9, 2020
11:00am ET (duration 60 minutes)
Where: Online
United States
Contact: ICTF

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ICTF's Complimentary Webinar: International Trade in a Populist World

Live Date: Tuesday, June 9, 2020 - 11am ET

*This webcast has been recorded.  Contact info@ictfworld.org for the digital replay

Populism has sparked a rise in nationalist sentiment, trade wars, potential wars and economic sanctions. Meanwhile, the 2008/09 great recession showed that economic certainties are no longer certainties. Thus, policy-makers can’t agree on how to overcome the still weak global economic growth. All of which make doing cross-border business ever more challenging. This Webcast will throw light on the political, security and economic background to doing business in this new world.


Dr. Warwick Knowles, Senior Economist - Dun & Bradstreet


ICTF Members: FREE / Non-Members: $70

*This webcast has been recorded.  Contact info@ictfworld.org for the digital replay

Membership Type
Total Number of Webinar Lines
 Individual Membership 1 free line
 Corporate Membership 2 free lines
 Group Membership/3 and up 3 free lines
 Group Memberships/10 and up 5 free lines
 Group Memberships/15 and up 7 free lines
 Global Group Membership  10 free lines
 Additional lines $35 per line

*Your log on information will be sent a day in advance.

*Unlimited participants from the same location in a conference room setting - registration includes one telephone and web connection

*In order to qualify for the discounted member registration rate, the participant must hold an active ICTF membership at the time of registration and at the time of the event.

Speaker Bio

Dr Warwick Knowles, Senior Economist - Dun & Bradstreet

As Senior Economist, Dr Warwick Knowles has responsibility for global issues, and has specialist knowledge of the Middle East, North Africa, the global political economy and oil prices. As part of Dun & Bradstreet’s Country Insight team, Warwick provides insights on economic and political developments and the impacts of these on business risk.

Warwick gained his PhD at the University of Durham. He previously taught Middle East politics and political economy for almost a decade at both Newcastle and Durham Universities. In both his business and academic roles, Warwick has been published widely on regional issues and the hydrocarbon sector, and has advised diplomats on Middle Eastern developments.

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