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SEUS-CP Conference 2013, July 14-16, 2013, Halifax, NS

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The Southeastern United States — Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP) is a strategic partnership between states in the southeastern United States and member provinces from Canada. The Alliance works to promote trade and investment opportunities between and among its member states and provinces.

The 6th Annual SEUS-CP conference will take place in Halifax on July 14-16, 2013 at the Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel for over 300 Canadian and U.S. business and government leaders. These conferences are a great opportunity to build linkages with key international leaders. In addition to the Annual Joint Meeting of the Governors and Premiers or their designees as part of a Head of Delegation program, a Trade Mission to complement a robust Business Delegation program will match delegates from across the 13 Alliance jurisdictions in a B2B matchmaking program.

The conference will be hosted by Nova Scotia’s Premier the Honourable Darrell Dexter and will be co-hosted by South Carolina’s Governor Nikki Haley. The business program will be Chaired by Christopher Huskilson, President & CEO, Emera Inc. and co-chaired by David H. Wilkins, Former Ambassador of the United States of America.

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