PEI Manufacturing Symposium Agenda Announced
Aug 17, 2010
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The Porcelain Enamel Institute Manufacturing Symposium, Sept. 14-15, 2010 in Arlington, VA, will include PEI Annual Meeting events and a focus on “The Impact of Government Policy and Regulation on Manufacturing.”

Scheduled presentations include:
• Barriers to Investment in Energy Efficiency - Dr. R. Neal Elliott of ACEEE
• Future Costs and Availability of Natural Gas and Electricity - Elaine Levin of Morgan Stanley
• Global Supply and Environmental Issues for Borax - Keith Sperring of Rio Tinto Minerals/U S Borax
• The World Market for Lithium and Its Impact on P/E - Jason Woulfin of SQM North America
• Anti-trust Guidelines Review - Bill O’Brien of Miller and Martin PLLC
• The Impact of the Dollar-Yuan Relationship on U.S. Manufacturing - Dr. Philip Levy of American Enterprise Institute
• U.S. Trade Policy and Domestic Manufacturers - Alan Tonelson of the U.S. Business and Industry Council
• The Impact of Government Policy on Industrial Investment in the U.S. - Dr. Kevin A. Hassett of the American Enterprise Institute
• Current Environmental Policy Impacts on Manufacturing - Jack Waggener of URS Corp.
• The Need for a National Manufacturing Strategy - Scott N. Paul of the Alliance for American Manufacturing

More information can be found on the PEI web site at www.porcelainenamel.com,

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