[Event] A Symposium on Asia-Pacific Economic Integration and the Role of the U.S. & Japan - Frisco, TX
Sep 11, 2018
Hear experts discuss the current status and future outlook for
bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements in the Asia-Pacific region.
DATE & TIME
October 12, 2018
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
Westin Stonebriar Hotel
1549 Legacy Drive,
Frisco, TX 75034
On Friday, October 12, JETRO will hold a symposium in North Texas on Asia-Pacific Economic Integration and the Role of the United States & Japan.
Following President Trump’s election in 2016 and subsequent American withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), new questions have been raised about the future of economic integration in the Asia-Pacific region. Can CPTPP (TPP11) function without the participation of the United States? What is the future of regional agreements like the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) between ASEAN, China, Korea, India, Australia, New Zealand and Japan?
Experts from South East Asia, China, Japan and the U.S. will examine the current status and future outlook for bilateral & multilateral free trade agreements in the Pacific. Their insights and perspectives will develop into a dialogue which will be of particular significance to the North Texas business community with business and investment interests in the Asia-Pacific region.
Registration / Networking Breakfast
MC: Anna McFarland, Executive Director, Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth
Dale Petroskey, President and CEO, Dallas Regional Chamber
Hideo Fukushima, Consul-General of Japan in Houston
Keynote Speech I
Hiroyuki Ishige, Chairman and CEO, JETRO
Keynote Speech II
(to be announced)
“Asia-Pacific Economic Integration and the Role of the U. S. & Japan”
Matthew Rooney, Managing Director, The George W. Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative
John M. Stich, Honorary Consul-General of Japan in Dallas
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
Dallas Regional Chamber; Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth
Consulate-General of Japan in Houston; World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth; Dallas Japanese Association