‘Europe-China Trade and Investment: Converting Challenges into Cooperation?’
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The Europe-Asia Interlink—a new initiative based in Brussels—is dedicated to open, informed debates, and independent, balanced research on EU economic and political relations with Asian partners such as China, Japan, Korea, India, and ASEAN. Our work aims to overcome institutional and ideational differences and promote mutual understanding, cooperation and convergence on policy content and implementation.
To launch the initiative, we are organising the seminar on EU-China trade and investment. Following discussions on challenges and opportunities, the speakers will identify policy priorities and areas of cooperation necessary to strengthening bilateral relations and multilateralism.
Date: Tuesday, 7 May 2019
A buffet-lunch will be served from 13:30.
Venue : Room Europe, BusinessEurope, Avenue de Cortenbergh 168 – 1000 Brussels
Introduction of the “Europe-Asia Interlink” initiative by
M. Miryoung Kim, Head of Europe-Asia Interlink & VUB
Panel discussion with:
Jacques Pelkmans (Moderator) – Senior Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) & CoE
Helena König – Deputy Director General, DG Trade, European Commission
Pascal Kerneis – Managing Director, European Services Forum (ESF)
Simon Lacey – Vice-President, Huawei
Duncan Freeman – Research Fellow, EU-China Research Centre, College of Europe – Brugge