Envisioning the World's Next Great Market: Korea and the Economic Future of Northeast Asia
14th Asian Corporate Conference
May 12 - 14, 2004, Seoul, Korea
Home to almost a quarter of the world's population and almost a third of global GDP outside of the United States, Northeast Asia is already a region with sizable economic strength. Yet fulfilling its true growth potential as a region means moving toward economic integration and the formation of a more cohesive market.
This conference examined the region's economic future and what its political and business leaders are doing to make Northeast Asia the world's most attractive area for investment. As its major economies, what roles will Japan, China and Korea play in the region's integration? How does the new leadership in Seoul envision Northeast Asia's economic future and Korea's role in it? How will American political and commercial relations with Northeast Asia evolve in the coming years?
Since 1989, the Asian Corporate Conference has attracted a combined audience of more than 12,000 participants from more than 26 countries around the world.