Korea-United States Economic Relationship, The
- C. Fred Bergsten() (Peterson Institute for International Economics)Il SaKong
In 1996, Korean and US officials, academics, and businessmen met in a frank, closed-door discussion of recent political, economic, and cultural developments affecting their two nations. These discussions came at a critical juncture in Korean-US relations as shifting international conditions have rapidly altered the environment in which both countries must interact. This volume highlights the topics discussed at the Twenty-First Century Council, which focused on Korea's reform and globalization efforts, Korean-US security ties in a changing regional political environment, and the economic and political consequences of Korean unification.
|This book is provided by Peterson Institute for International Economics in its series Peterson Institute Press: All Books with number 30 and published in 1997.|
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