The U.S.-Japan Economic Relationship: Essential in a Changing World
David H. McCormick, Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs
Fernando Gonzalez, Vice President, American International Group, Inc.
The United States and Japan have had a vigorous economic relationship over the previous half century. However, the collapse of Japan’s bubble economy, the rise of globalization and the emergence of China have altered many of the relationship’s facets and adjustment has sometimes been difficult. Over the coming decades, this essential relationship will continue to evolve and mature, buffeted by these and other factors, and successful outcomes on many key issues will depend on it. Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs David McCormick discusses how the U.S. and Japan will address global economic challenges while maintaining a strong partnership.
Registration & reception
Admission: Corporate members are entitled to a designated number of free admissions to this event, based on their company’s current membership level. These reservations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the event. Additional corporate registrants and Japan Society individual members at the Patron level and above pay the discounted corporate member rate of $45 for lunch and lecture, $10 for lecture only. Nonmember admission: $65 for lunch and lecture, $15 lecture only. The academic and government admission rate is $30 for the luncheon and $10 for lecture only. When payment is required, prepayment must be made, or registration secured, with a credit card. All registrations and cancellations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the event. Substitutions are welcome. Please contact Tomoko Okuno at 212-715-1247 to register.
- Thursday, March 27, 2008
- 12:00 pm