Today, Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews discussed America's economic relationship with Poland at the American Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw, Poland. As one of the United States’ closest partners in fostering transatlantic security, strengthening economic prosperity, and promoting democracy, American businesses and government leaders want to continue to deepen economic and commercial ties with Poland.
In his remarks, Deputy Secretary Andrews addressed current challenges to trade between the U.S. and Poland and efforts to expand commercial ties, specifically exploring opportunities in energy, infrastructure and investment. Through policy dialogue such as the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations and Safe Harbor discussions, the U.S. and Poland are working to close the trade gap and bring significant benefits to both countries.
Deputy Secretary Andrews also introduced the 20 U.S. businesses that are accompanying him as delegates on this week's cybersecurity mission. As cyber risks continue to grow, there is great opportunity for collaboration between the U.S. and Poland to combat cyber threats and the companies in attendance represent the cutting-edge technologies U.S. businesses have to offer.
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