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Events Calendar

UpComing this month
U.S. Korea and China, Business and Trade Relationships: Prospects for Peace
Tuesday 02 February 2021
Contact Roger Wetherall, IAED-USA Coordinator, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Ph. (203) 260-2279

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U.S. Korea and China, Business and Trade Relationships: Prospects for Peace

Tuesday, February 2 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM (EST)

The 38th Parallel on the divided Korean Peninsula stands as a geopolitical gateway between China and the western world. South Korea, Japan, and the United States stand on the opposite side of this gate from North Korea and China. Although the Korean people have longed for the reunification of their nation for 70 years, the conflicting political ambitions of these different players have often interfered in the fulfillment of this dream. Despite the political differences, China stands as the major trading partner of both North and South Korea. This webinar will bring together experts on China to look at the objections, AND advantages to a re-united Korea from the perspective of China as a growing economic and business powerhouse.

This webinar will be held on Tuesday, February 2 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM (EST) and your attendance and questions would be welcome. By registering in advance you will be able to participate in the Zoom call and post questions directly to the presenters. Please register now to be able to participate in this informative discussion on the Korean peninsula from the Chinese economic perspective.

If registration is full, you can join the FaceBook Live Feed on Tuesday at 2PM EST




These webinars on Korean reunification will continue to be held every Tuesday at this time for the coming year.
We look forward to your active participation in this event.



International Association for Peace and Economic Development - USA

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