Houston Matters

How A Potential Trade War With China And NAFTA Renegotiations Might Affect Houston’s Economy

Patrick Jankowski previews the findings that will be presented at the Greater Houston Partnership’s annual event looking at the city’s role in the global economy.

As the fourth-largest city in the U.S. and a major hub for the energy industry, it should be no surprise that Houston has a prominent role in the global economy.

That’s why every year, in an event called Houston’s Global Economy, the Greater Houston Partnership takes a look at how Houston fits into that economy and how developments around the world might potentially affect the city.

To discuss how Houston might respond to a possible trade war with China, ongoing NAFTA renegotiations, and peak oil demand, Craig Cohen talks with Patrick Jankowski, senior vice president of research at the GHP.

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