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[Conference] 2014 Korea Dialogue Conference on Strengthening North Pacific Cooperation
We are honored to invite you to an international conference on Strengthening North Pacific Cooperation. The conference will take place on July 25, 2014 co-organized by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) and East-West Center (EWC) in Honolulu.
The conference will discuss the key factors that will shape the economic future of the major North Pacific countries and the importance of economic cooperation among them. Major topics to be addressed are (1) the macroeconomic performances and outlooks of China, the United States, Korea, and Japan, and the interrelationship among them, (2) the emerging multilateral economic architecture and its implications, with specific reference to the TPP, the RCEP, and China-Japan-Korea free trade prospects, and (3) the future of the North Korean economy and its implications for North Pacific cooperation. We expect this upcoming conference to identify future opportunities, challenges, and research priorities for economic cooperation in the North Pacific.
The main sessions of the conference will consist of ‘Prospects for the region’s economies’, ‘Pathways toward trade and investment integration in the North Pacific region’, ‘Assessing economic and social change in North Korea’.
We look forward to welcoming you in Honolulu, Hawaii in July 2014.
Il Houng Lee, President of KIEP
1. Title: 2014 Korea Dialogue Conference on Strengthening North Pacific Cooperation
2. Date: Friday, July 25, 2014. 09:00~17:10
3. Venue: East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
4. Organizer: KIEP, EWC
5. Contact: Saebyul YOO (82-2-3460-1083 / email@example.com)
* English to Korean interpretation service will NOT be provided throughout the conference
* No registration fee required.