POSTPONED – USMCOC Congressional Round Table

March 21, 2018 – Washington, D.C.


Due to inclement weather conditions and the possibility of Government offices in Wahington D.C. closing, the USMCOC Congressional Roundtable scheduled for tomorrow March 21, 2018 has been cancelled.

Thank you for understanding. We are rescheduling the event to be part of our Annual Meeting and Conference, May 23-24. Please save the date, and we hope you will be able to join us then.

Apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Best regards from the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.

Congressional Round Table

Marzo 21, 2018 – Washington, D.C.






The USMCOC will conduct a round table hosted by U.S. Congressmen who will share with us their insight on the most prominent concerns of the U.S.-Mexico relationship, including the NAFTA renegotiation, immigration and border security, the meaning of the U.S. fiscal reform for international trade and investment, and the upcoming presidential elections in Mexico.



Invited keynote speakers:


-Chairman Pete Sessions, House Committee on Rules (TX-32) (Confirmed)

-Chairman Michael Conaway, House Committee on Agriculture (TX-11) (Confirmed)

-Chairman Lamar Smith, House Committee on Science, Space and Technology (TX-21)

-Chairman John Carter, Chairman, Homeland Security Subcommittee (TX-31)

-Congresswoman Martha McSally (AZ-2)

-Congressman John Ratcliffe (TX-4)

Don’t miss this invaluable opportunity to take part of this discussion and bring your points of view into the conversation.

Registration to this event is complimentary. Seating is limited, please register early.

Look forward to seeing you in Washington!