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US-Taiwan Commercial Ties: Broadening the Relationship in a Turbulent Era

June 12, 2019 • 2:00 – 3:15 pm EDT
Join the Freeman Chair in China Studies on June 12 for a special discussion on US-Taiwan economic relations. This event comes at a critical time in the Asia-Pacific region’s economic trajectory. The event will begin with brief welcoming remarks by John Deng, Taiwan’s Minister without Portfolio, who has played a leading role in Taiwan's New Southbound Policy and in expanding economic ties with the United States. Following his remarks, Senior Adviser of the Freeman Chair in China Studies Scott Kennedy will moderate a panel discussion about US-Taiwan commercial ties with several senior business executives from a range of industries — Chaney Ho of Advantech, Paul Chen of MAG Automotive LLC, and Michael Kang of Bionet Corporation — as well as with Meredith Sumpter of the Eurasia Group. 


This event is funded with support from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in the United States.
Scott Kennedy
Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics

John Deng

Minister Without Portfolio, Taiwan

Chaney Ho

Co-Founder and Executive Board Director, Advantech

Paul T. Chen

Executive Vice President, MAG Automotive LLC

Michael Kang

Senior Vice President, Bionet Corporation

Meredith Sumpter

Head, Research Strategy & Operations, Eurasia Group