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South Korean companies produce around 70 percent of the world’s memory chips. But as countries look to bolster their own economic resilience, there is growing competition to boost domestic semiconductor research and manufacturing capabilities. At the same time, the United States and South Korea have a shared interest to promote and protect critical technologies to enhance the resilience of their respective supply chains.
Join us for this online discussion to assess the outlook for Korea’s semiconductor industry and how the Biden and the Yoon administrations could work together in high-tech industries for building resilient supply chains, strengthening their global competitiveness, and fostering more effective cooperation through the enhancement of public-private partnerships.
Kevin J. Wolf
The Asia Program promotes policy debate and intellectual discussions on U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific as well as political, economic, security, and social issues relating to the world’s most populous and economically dynamic region. Read more
Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy
The Center for Korean History and Public Policy was established in 2015 with the generous support of the Hyundai Motor Company and the Korea Foundation to provide a coherent, long-term platform for improving historical understanding of Korea and informing the public policy debate on the Korean peninsula in the United States and beyond. Read more
Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition
The Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition works to shape conversations and inspire meaningful action on strengthening the technological, economic and infrastructure underpinnings required for America and its allies to deter aggression and secure a global rules-based order. Read more
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