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ECIPE Seminar: A Conversation on the Koreas After the Summit

June 21 2018
Venue: ECIPE Office, Avenue des Arts 40, 6th floor, 1040 Brussels
Speakers: Christoph Heider, Theresa Fallon, Ramon Pacheco Pardo
Time: 15:00

ECIPE in cooperation with ECCK cordially invites you to an open fireside conversation on Korea.

Following the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore this week, we are looking to discuss its impact on the DPRK economy, East Asian economy and the broader global implications.

  • First and foremost, what actions will follow the words from Sentosa?
  • Are sanctions effective, and what’s the influence of China over the DPRK economy?
  • Will the micro-reforms in DPRK and private market experiments continue?
  • What’s the impact on market confidence – how will the foreign investors value the macro-political risks in ROK under President Moon?
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Programme

We are joined by Christoph Heider, President of the European Chamber of Commerce in Korea, Ramon Pacheco Pardo, KF-VUB Korea Chair, Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Theresa Fallon, Director, CREAS.

The talk is hosted by Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, ECIPE

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