Trade Minister Kim Hyun-chong (center) hosted a meeting with trade experts from the private sector to discuss current trade issues in Seoul on July 16.
During the 11th meeting of the advisory commission on trade, Trade Minister Kim and the commission members discussed current issues, such as the U.S. Section 232 investigations into imported cars and the rising trade tensions between Washington and Beijing. The attendees also reviewed overall strategies for Korea’s New Southern Policy, as part of its plan for trade diversification.
The meeting was attended by the commission members, including Vice Chairman of the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kim Jun-dong, Vice Chairman of the Korea International Trade Association Han Jin-hyun, and Yonsei Business School Professor Kwak Jooyoung.