International trade and political communication experts shared the stage Thursday at a trade seminar sponsored by the World Trade Center Kansas City and Dentons at Union Station. The panelists were Raj Bhala (from left), a professor at the University of Kansas School of Law; Amy Wooden, with AJW Consulting; and Andrew Cheung, a lawyer in Denton’s London office.
International trade and political communication experts shared the stage Thursday at a trade seminar sponsored by the World Trade Center Kansas City and Dentons at Union Station. The panelists were Raj Bhala (from left), a professor at the University of Kansas School of Law; Amy Wooden, with AJW Consulting; and Andrew Cheung, a lawyer in Denton’s London office. Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com
International trade and political communication experts shared the stage Thursday at a trade seminar sponsored by the World Trade Center Kansas City and Dentons at Union Station. The panelists were Raj Bhala (from left), a professor at the University of Kansas School of Law; Amy Wooden, with AJW Consulting; and Andrew Cheung, a lawyer in Denton’s London office. Diane Stafford stafford@kcstar.com

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