AmCham Denmark members joined their fellow AmCham Nordic colleagues for a 2022 U.S. Economic Outlook featuring the U.S. Chamber’s Senior Economist, Curtis Dubay.
In 2022, the Biden administration and its economic team will focus closely on transatlantic trade and a host of other critical economic issues. As part of the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, there will be an abundance of U.S. infrastructure project opportunities for specialized Nordic suppliers.
During this virtual session, the U.S. Chamber’s Curtis Dubay told the virtual audience that the U.S. economy was strong, but that rising inflation was a cause for concern. Dubay also discussed how past and future policy initiatives, including the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, will impact the performance of the U.S. economy in the year ahead.
Additionally, Garrett Workman, Senior Director of European Affairs at the U.S. Chamber, shared key areas of development in transatlantic trade policy.
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