Practice Areas: International Trade, Trade Remedies, Customs and Aduaneiro
Mr. Uitti is a consultant at UNO’s Washington, D.C. office. He specializes in the economic analyses related to trade remedy proceedings. His expertise includes the analysis of company data in trade remedy proceedings, modeling of antidumping duty simulations, analysis of injury factors in ITC injury proceedings, research and preparation of surrogate values in non-market economy proceedings, preparation of data and analysis of subsidy programs in countervailing duty proceedings, and other analysis related to trade statistics and policy. He has experience working with companies in the paper, industrial chemical, steel, aluminum, tire, agriculture, and consumer goods industries.
Before joining UNO, Mr. Uitti held positions at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars analyzing global value chains and at FIVS, a worldwide trade federation of the alcohol beverage industry, where he researched non-tariff barriers and customs issues on behalf of member companies. Prior to beginning his studies in the United States, he served as a Sergeant in the Finnish Defense Forces.
Mr. Uitti graduated summa cum laude from American University with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies and with honors from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies with a Master’s Degree in International Relations and International Economics.
Master’s Degree in International Relations and International Economics, Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C., 2015
Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies, American University, Washington D.C., 2012, Phi Beta Kappa
Paper, Industrial Chemicals, Steel, Tire, Consumer Goods
USA, China, India, Indonesia