6-8 May 2025 | Barcelona, Spain

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Keynote: The Outlook for 2025 and Beyond: American Tariffs, European Stagnation, and Asian Resilience

Apr 24 2024

12:00 - 13:15

CC 5.1

In his keynote presentation, Mark Blyth will address short-, medium-, and long-term topics of relevance to the global seafood community. Short-term, the November 2024 U.S. election matters because the populist politics that underlie it will continue to disrupt international trade, which is hugely significant for an industry that is truly global in its activities. Medium-term, inflation will remain an issue and may be more of an issue going forward than we realize. Long-term, the attempt to decarbonize out economies matters for the global seafood industry because it will play out quite differently in the U.S., the E.U., and in Asia.


The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University

- The William R. Rhodes ’57 Professor of International Economics

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