The United States, like many parts of the developed world, is experiencing voter pressure to adopt more protectionist trade policies. At the same time, globalization is making it easier for companies not only to do business, but also to domicile, in other parts of the world. Countries with low corporate tax rates are the beneficiaries. Additionally, how we measure trade deficits and surpluses among nations matters greatly. This session will gather senior leaders to identify trade and tax reform issues that should be on the agenda.