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Special Reception with Korean Prime Minister: Taking Stock of South Korea's Economic Policies

The Westin josun Seoul, Sogong-ro 106, Jung-gu, 04533, Seoul, Corée du Sud
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Korean-English simultaneous translation provided

Tarif : Free of charge / for FKCCI and KGCCI members only

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Register for a special reception on September 22 with Korean Prime Minister, Mr. Han Duck-Soo, jointly organized by FKCCI and KGCCI!

Special Reception with Korean Prime Minister: Taking Stock of South Korea's Economic Policies

We are delighted to invite you to our special reception, building upon the success of last year's event with Korean Prime Minister Mr. HAN Duck-Soo. As we approach the midpoint of President YOON Suk-Yeol's term, Prime Minister Han Duck-Soo will conduct a comprehensive assessment of the progress made in economic policy, foreign investment sentiment, and the overall standing of Asia’s 4th largest economy.  

Centered around the theme “Economic Policy and Vision of the New Government One Year Later”, our esteemed guest of honor, will share tangible advancements in the government's economic policies. This event is an exceptional opportunity to gain insights into the government's long-term vision and to understand the key measures that will shape the country's economic policy.  

 Additionally, the reception will feature an interactive panel discussion on the topic of "Challenges of French and German Companies in Korea". Distinguished representatives from French and German companies, who are either investing or reinvesting in South Korea, will gather to discuss opportunities and obstacles they are facing in the course of their projects.  


Mr. Han Duck-Soo is considered a preeminent trade expert and has served nearly four decades under different administrations of four different presidents. In addition to serving as a prime minister once before under Roh Moo-Hyun, he has held positions such as deputy prime minister, Blue House senior presidential secretary, and South Korean ambassador to the US. Since May 20, 2022, he serves again as Prime minister under Yoon Suk-Yeol presidency. 



18:00 pm    Registration

Opening Remarks & Welcome Messages

  • Ms. PARK Hyun-Nam, Chairperson, KGCCI  

  • Mr. David-Pierre JALICON, Chairman, FKCCI  

  • H.E. Georg SCHMIDT, German Ambassador to South Korea 

  • H.E. Philippe BERTOUX, Ambassador-designate of France to South Korea

Keynote speech

  • “Economic policy and vison of the new government one year later” by Mr. HAN Duck-Soo, Prime Minister  

Podium Discussion

  • German and French companies on “Challenges of German and French Enterprises in Korea

Closing Remarks followed by a Dinner




DATE                Friday, September 22, 2023

TIME                18:00 - 21:30pm (KST)

VENUE             The Westin Josun Seoul, Orchid Room (2F)

LANGUAGE    Korean-English simultaneous translation provided

FEES                 Free of charge / for FKCCI and KGCCI members only

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