Mrs. Julie Chung’s Visit
On October 19, Keidanren USA welcomed Mrs. Julie Chung, Director of Office of Japanese Affairs, Bureau of East Asian & Pacific Affairs at United States Department of State to our office. We, together with some of representatives from Keidanren member companies, discussed how to strengthen Japan-US business ties.
Roundtable Discussion with Ms. Yuki Sako (Associate, K&L Gates LLP)
On October 10, Keidanren USA hosted Ms. Yuki Sako (Associate, K&L Gates LLP) for Roundtable Discussion. Ms. Sako gave a presentation titled “Opportunities and Challenges in Doing Business with the United States: the View from Washington D.C.”. and explained recent developments in U.S. Trade, Foreign Investment, Sanctions, and Energy Policy and the Impacts on the Business (…)
A Conversation with Keidanren Managing Director Katsunori Nemoto
On September 19, Keidanren USA hosted a roundtable dialogue with Keidanren Managing Director Katsunori Nemoto during his visit to Washington DC from Tokyo.
Roundtable Discussion on “U.S.-Japan Relations: Enhancing the Alliance”
On September 15, Keidanren USA hosted Mr. Paul Goldstein (President & CEO of Pacific Tech Bridge) for a roundtable event titled“U.S.-Japan Relations: Enhancing the Alliance”. Mr. Goldstein drew on his long history of involvement in U.S.-Japan relations to discuss his thoughts on the current state of the alliance and ways to enhance it.
Roundtable Discussion on “U.S. Federal Tax Reform: Opportunities and Challenges”
On July 31, Keidanren USA hosted Messrs. Kyle Pomerleau (Director of Federal Projects) and Scott Greenberg (Senior Analyst) of Tax Foundation for a roundtable event titled “U.S. Federal Tax Reform: Opportunities and Challenges”
Keidanren USA Summer Happy Hour
On July 20, Keidanren USA hosted an informal summer happy hour gathering.
Roundtable Discussion on “Japan Matters for America / America Matters for Japan”
On July 20, Keidanren USA hosted a roundtable discussion on the “Japan Matters for America/America Matters for Japan” project, conducted by the East-West Center with the support of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation.