The U.S. & Japan: Moving Forward from Crisis

December 11, 2001
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Corporate Luncheon/Panel Discussion
12 – 2 pm

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The terrorist attack of September 11 has left an indelible mark on the psyche of the international business community. The threat of global terrorism has the potential to forever alter economic policy and the way multinational corporations in Japan and the United States conduct business at home and around the world. Business leaders and policymakers from the United States and Japan share their views on where we must go from here, highlighting new priorities and forward-looking strategies for coping in this new era of international terrorism and anti-globalization.

Panelists for this important discussion include Hironori Aihara, President and CEO, Mitsubishi International Corporation, E. Gerald Corrigan, Managing Director of Goldman, Sachs & Co., Marcus Noland, a Japan specialist and Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Economics, and Jun Okumura, President, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), New York.

Special guest
Taiichiro Nishikawa, Parliamentary Secretary for Economy, Trade and Industry.

Merit E. Janow, Professor of International Trade, Columbia University

  • Tuesday, December 11, 2001
  • 12:00 pm