Monday, May 27, 2024

Inaugural Washington Forum on the Canadian Economy Sets Stage for Bilateral Economic Insights

The newly introduced Washington Forum on the Canadian Economy, co-chaired by esteemed figures Bill Morneau, former Canadian Finance Minister, and Randal Quarles, former Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve for Supervision, is poised to enhance understanding among U.S. policymakers, industry leaders, and the public about the complexities of Canada’s economic landscape.

This initiative will provide a diverse program encompassing both virtual discussions on specialized yet vital economic topics and significant, in-person meetings featuring key players from the Canadian and U.S. policy arenas. The intent is to foster a deeper comprehension and dialogue on economic issues that impact both nations.

Highlighting the event will be a “fireside chat” featuring Jerome Powell, Chair of the Federal Reserve, alongside Tiff Macklem, Governor of the Bank of Canada. These leading figures in central banking will exchange views on the economic forecast, approaches to monetary policy in their respective nations, and the sustained importance of economic ties between Canada and the U.S.

The Washington Forum on the Canadian Economy is set to become a pivotal platform for promoting bilateral economic understanding and collaboration, aimed at informing and engaging top-level decision-makers and influencers in the economic policy domain.

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