Peter Clark is President of Grey, Clark, Shih and Associates, Limited.
After graduating from St. Patrick’s College of the University of Ottawa, Mr. Clark joined the Government of Canada, in 1965, where he worked primarily in the Department of Finance on a wide range of trade policy issues. He was seconded to the Department of External Affairs as Counselor at the Canadian Permanent Mission to the United Nations (Geneva) where he was Canadian Liaison to the GATT, Chairman of the GATT Standing Committee on Budget, Finance and Administration and a founding member of the Textile Surveillance Body.
Mr. Clark is one of Canada’s most active international trade practitioners. His clients, in Canada and around the world, include governments, corporations and trade associations. He is active in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement both as Counsel and as an Arbitrator.
Through CIDA, the UNDP and UNCTAD he has been an advisor to developing countries on how to adapt to and implement international trade rules and to cope with trade actions against their exports.
Mr. Clark is a frequent media commentator and appears regularly before Parliamentary Committees, analyzing trade and commercial policy issues. His government relations expertise has received public recognition in various publications including the The Hill Times’ “Top 100 Lobbyists List” and “Top 50 Consultant Lobbyists List.”
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