Public Discussion on Australia-Korea Investment Relationship (Canberra) 20.09.18

Date and time: Thursday, 20 September 2018, 5:00pm – 6:30pm
  • 5:00pm-5:30pm – Registration
  • 5:30pm – 6:30pm – Event
Location: Main Committee Room, Parliament House, Canberra
The Perth USAsia Centre has the pleasure of hosting Australia’s Finance Minister, Senator the Hon Mathias Cormann, to launch the Perth USAsia Centre’s special report, Maturing the Korea-Australia Investment RelationshipThis exclusive event will also be joined by His Excellency Baek-Soon Lee, the Republic of Korea’s Ambassador to Australia.
  • Senator the Hon Mathias Cormann, Australia’s Finance Minister
  • Professor L. Gordon Flake, CEO, Perth USAsia Centre
  • Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Head of Research, Perth USAsia Centre
  • His Excellency Mr Baek-Soon Lee, Republic of Korea’s Ambassador to Australia
In this exclusive event, Minister Cormann will deliver a keynote address on the importance of two-way foreign direct investment for Australia’s continued growth and prosperity. This will be followed by a discussion featuring Professor L. Gordon Flake, CEO of the Perth USAsia Centre, and Dr Jeffrey Wilson, Head of Research. Lastly, this will be closed by concluding remarks from Ambassador Lee, who will provide a South Korean perspective on Australia and Korea’s future trade relationship.
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The Australia-Korea Business Council is the leading national body committed to strengthening the Australia-Korea economic relationship.