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The Present and Future of China’s Threat to Korea’s Key Industries
Since the global financial crisis, Korea has effectively penetrated the emerging economies and increased its share in the world market. However, there have recent warning signs despite Korea’s success. Companies in China are aggressively expanding investment both domestically and globally and rapidly increasing their competitiveness in human resources, rising as a strong contender against Korea.
In response, Samsung Economic Research Institute will host a symposium on the threats posed by Chinese companies on Korea’s key industries - TV, mobile phones, petrochemical, shipbuilding and LED lighting - and discover solutions to overcome them.
Host: Samsung Economic Research Institute
Date: November 23rd 2011, 14:00 – 17:30
Location: The Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry, International Conference Hall
14:00 – 14:10
Opening address by SERI President Chung Ki-Young
14:10 – 14:50
<Part 1> The rise of China’s industry and its competitiveness in human resources Presenters: SERI Senior Research Fellow Ryu Ji-Seong SERI Research Fellow Lee Sung-Ho
14:50 – 16:30
<Part 2> Forecasts for the development of China’s main industries and Korea’s countermeasures Presenters: SERI Research Fellow Koh You-Sang SERI Research Fellow Bae Young-Il SERI Research Fellow Jang Sung-Won SERI Research Fellow Lim Tae-Yoon SERI Research Fellow Lee Chang-Yong
16:30 – 17:30
<Part 3> Debate: Countermeasures of the Korean government and companies to China’s rise Presiding: SERI Vice President/Director of Technology & Industry Dept. Kim Jae-Yun Debate Panel: Prof. Lee Keun, Seoul University Prof. Kim Ick-Soo, Korea University Park Seung-Rok, Senior Research Fellow, Korea Economic Research Institute