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Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), the Korea Foundation-Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Korea Chair, and Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI) present:

Potential for Trilateral Trade Cooperation among Korea, the EU, and the U.S.

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Event Date

November 8th 7:30pm - 12:00am ET

Event Location

Seoul & YouTube

Opening Remarks

Chul Chung

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Welcoming Remarks

Kathleen Stephens

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Ramon Pacheco Pardo

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Congratulatory Remarks

Maria Castillo-Fernandez

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Andrew Herrup

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Byung Nae Yang

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Session 1

Matthew Goodman

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Seokyoung Choi

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Christophe Besse

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Taeho Lee

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Session 2

Lee Kyu Yub

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Moon Jin-Young

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Wonho Yeon

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Troy Stangarone

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Grace Oh

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Jee-Hyeong Park

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Event Description

This event will be hybrid with in-person and livestream viewing options.

Location: Nuri Ballroom Four Seasons Hotel Seoul, 6th Floor Seoul, Korea

The global trade environment has become increasingly uncertain due to de-globalization, protectionism, and regionalization of the global supply chains. These trends have been accelerated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In this environment, new issues such as economic security, digital trade, technology, climate change, and energy are emerging. These changes have increased the need for trade cooperation among Korea, the EU, and the United States. This requires new trade strategies which go beyond traditional trade policies such as FTAs.

Please join KIEP, the KF-VUB Korea Chair, and KEI for discussions by former senior officials and experts on the policies necessary to address these new trade issues.