|AMCHAM DPRK Committee Meeting|
|►DATE||Tuesday, October 2, 2018|
|►TIME||7:30am - 8:00am: Registration / Networking
8:00am - 9:00am: Breakfast / Presentation / Q&A
|►VENUE||AMCHAM Ford Committee Room - Yeouido Subway Station Exit #3
(15F, Two IFC, 10, Gukjegeumyung-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul)
Founder/CEO, Korea Risk Group
Senior Analyst, Korea Risk Group
|►TOPIC||DPRK and International Sanctions: Developments and Prospects|
KRW35,000 for members
(2 complimentary tickets for Founding Partners)
|►RSVP/PAYMENT BY||Noon, Monday, October 1, 2018
*No refunds for cancellations made after this date and time.
*Due to the room capacity of maximum 35 participants, we will be receiving RSVPs on a first-come-first-served basis and you must rsvp in advance..
|►CONTACT||(email) email@example.com, (phone) 82.2.6201.2229|
|ABOUT THE SPEAKER|
Chad O’Carroll is the founder of Korea Risk Group, a North Korea specialized news, information and data service that through its NK Pro and NK News websites serves researchers, academics and business people around the world. O’Carroll established the NK News website in 2010 while living in Washington, DC. He was a Fellow of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism (CUNY) and was previously the Director of Communications at the Korea Economic Institute of America. He has an MA in Nuclear Non-proliferation & Intl’ Security from Kings College London and a BA in International Relations from Sussex University.
|Tristan Webb is Senior Analyst for Korea Risk Group. From 2012-2014 he worked as Senior Research Analyst for the UK Government’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office covering the Korean Peninsula, Japan and Mongolia. He has spent five years in the ROK and has visited the DPRK twice (including independent research of its electricity sector). Tristan has an MA in Korean Studies from the School of Oriental and African Sciences (University of London), and sits on the council of the British Association of Korean Studies.
|MESSAGE FROM CO-CHAIRS|
Dear AMCHAM Members,
The last nine months have been among the most eventful in the history of the Korean Peninsula since the Korean War. From fears of armed conflict at the start of this year, to hopes of peace and unification surrounding the two historic summits in May and June, to renewed uncertainty in recent months, we have witnessed a historic transformation in the diplomatic and security situation among the two Koreas and the United States.
For the business community here in Korea, these developments provoke a wide range of curiosities, concerns, and hopes. Above all, questions are raised: What has really changed in North Korea, and what is the actual state of the North Korean economy? How does the international sanctions regime work, and where is it headed? What are the implications for companies based in South Korea?
We are pleased to host two experts on who offer unique expertise and insights into recent events surrounding DPRK. Please join us for what will undoubtedly be a very interesting and informative discussion on these important questions and more.
Co-Chair of DPRK Committee
|15F, Two IFC, 10, Gukjegeumyung-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea
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