ECIPE and Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies invite you to a seminar with Professor Dukgeun Ahn from Seoul National University.
Within the last two decades, South Korea managed to sign trade agreements with the biggest world economies, including the European Union, the United States, India and China. However, the new Korean Government faces various difficult challenges in terms of trade policies. In order to face its major trading partners, such as the United States and China, South Korea adopted the new, and distinctively different, organizational structure.
How will this uncertain political environment impact the country’s future trade relations and business environment?
Professor Dukgeun Ahn from Seoul National University will address key issues concerning the renegotiation of the KORUS FTA and trade conflicts as well as the prospects of Korea-China trade disputes. The seminar will be chaired by Professor Patrick Messerlin, Chairman of ECIPE’s Steering Committee.
Dukgeun Ahn, is Professor of International Trade Law and Policy/Associate Dean in Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), Seoul National University. Professor Ahn is currently working, among others, as a Commissioner of the Korea Trade Commission, and served as a Member of National Economic Advisory Council, the constitutional body chaired by the President of Korea, a Member for the Government Restructuring Committee of the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs and a Member for the University Restructuring Committee of the Ministry of Education.