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Korea Economic Institute of America Presents:

Prospects and Potential for Trilateral Trade Cooperation among the United States, Korea, and the European Union

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Event Date

October 13th 9:30am - 12:00pm EST

Event Location

Lindner Family Commons, Room 602, Elliott School of International Affairs (1957 E St, NW, Washington, DC 20052)

Welcoming Remarks

Kim Heungchong

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Ramon Pacheco Pardo

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Kathleen Stephens

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Nicholas S. Vonortas

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Session I: Potential and Prospects for Trilateral Cooperation

Michael Reiterer

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Bark Taeho

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Robert Zoellick

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Nicholas S. Vonortas

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Session II: Cooperation on Economic Security, Technology, Climate Change and Energy, and Digital Trade

Shihoko Goto

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Lee Kyu Yub

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Moon Jin-Young

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Jane Nakano

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Ramon Pacheco Pardo

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Mary E. Lovely

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Event Description

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

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

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

When you RSVP, please select whether you’ll be attending in person or virtually.