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Korea Economic Institute of America Presents:

U.S.-China Trade Friction and Its Impact on the Korea's Trade Interest

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Event Date

July 8th 12:00pm - 12:00am EST

Event Description

Like the old Korean proverb says, "When two whales fight it is the shrimps whose backs are crushed," are mounting trade disputes between the United States and China putting Korea in a difficult position? As China is Korea’s largest trading partner and the United States its second largest, trade friction and disputes between the two carry significant impact on Korea’s overall trade interest. Join KEI on Thursday, July 8, for a luncheon event as Dr. Jaemin Lee presents his paper illustrating the implications for Korea from U.S.-China trade disputes and how Korea can ensure that these disputes do not unexpectedly disrupt its trade interest. An open roundtable discussion will follow.