With more than 95% of the world’s consumers living outside our borders, tech companies support policies that will significantly expand the export of U.S. goods and services, and support American jobs. As the global economy goes digital, information, goods and services cross borders more frequently and easily than ever before. Companies selling goods or providing services digitally have taken local and national markets to a global scale. Many governments have responded to these changes by seeking to control digital trade in blunt and disruptive ways. This webcast will cover international trade and tax policies significantly affecting the U.S. technology industry, along with the implications for international business operations.
• Identify U.S. trade and tax policies that affect international markets for U.S. technology companies
• Analyze the positions of the incoming administration on trade issues
• Describe the possible tax regime changes in the United States and other major markets of U.S. tech companies
Recommended Field of Study:
Business management and organization
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