AmCham Spain Interviews Tom Donohue
AmCham Spain interviews Tom Donohue on his priorities after successfully leading the Chamber for almost 20 years.
After almost 20 years leading the US Chamber of Commerce, transforming it into one of the most visible and effective business lobbies in the world, what do you feel most proud of?
How would you evaluate AmCham Spain’ efforts in promoting bilateral trade and investment between the U.S. and Spain?
What message would you send to those companies that are skeptical about the benefits that TTIP will bring?
How do you predict the TTIP negotiations will end? Will it be an ambitious agreement? What barriers is the treaty facing?
How do you think that TTIP will impact the bilateral relations between Spain and the US?
Do you believe that this agreement will facilitate Spanish companies to set up in the U.S.?
How is the Made-in-Spain brand perceived in the US?
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