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The United States of America is one of the largest and the most productive economies in the world. The European Union and the United States have the largest bilateral trade relationship and enjoy the most integrated economic relationship in the world. What about economic relationship with Slovenia?

Is Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) potential global game changer? What will be the consequences for the Slovenian economy? How can Europe once again become more attractive to U.S. investors and companies?

AmCham Business Breakfast will be held within the Investment and Development Conference U.S. – SLOVENIA BUSINESS BRIDGE. We will have the opportunity to meet two outstanding guests from the United States of America, visiting Slovenia for the first time.

Join us on Friday, 18 October 2013, from 8.00 a.m. till 9.45 a.m., at Hotel Slon, Kavarna Hall, Slovenska 34, in Ljubljana.

Guests at the AmCham Business Breakfast will be:

according to the U.S. TV Network CNBC – one of the leading experts on global capital flows and transatlantic economy,

Mr. Joseph P. Quinlan, Managing Director and Chief Market Strategist at U.S. Trust – Bank of America Private Wealth Management, who will present »The Case for Investing in Europe”


Ms. Elena Bryan, Senior Trade Representative at the U.S. Mission to the European Union, who according to AmCham EU definitely has significant overview and role in the field of negotiations and progress of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

Opening address by Joshua M. Harris, Political, Economic and Commercial Chief, U.S. Embassy to the Republic of Slovenia.

Discussion will be moderated by Blaž Jakič, AmCham Top Potential of 2013.

For more information about U.S.-Slovenia Business Bridge and registration visit www.businessbridge.si