On March 28, the ECCK Chairperson Dimitris Psillakis attended “President Moon Jae In’s Dialogue with Foreign-Invested Companies” and assured that ECCK would take a leading role in expanding foreign investments in Korea and improving the economic environment for the mutual benefit of Korean and European Companies.
In his speech Chairperson Psillakis said, “President Moon has set a clear growth ambition for Korea at the end of last year. To re-ignite the growth engine, there’s a need to revisit rules, process, and regulations. ECCK will work with the authorities to release energy and fight the headwinds impacting the economic outlook.”
President Moon also promised increased support for foreign invested firms. President Moon said, “The South Korean economy has developed together with foreign invested firms and will continue to do so in the future. Our success will be a great support for South Korea’s economic development and the South Korean economy’s development will open more business opportunities for you all.”
The meeting at Cheong Wa Dae was attended by officials and representatives from 56 foreign firms and nine business organizations.
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ECCK Chairperson Dimitris Psillakis speaking at President Moon Jae In’s Dialogue with Foreign-Invested Companies at Cheong Wa Dae [Photo: Yonhap News]
President Moon speaking at President Moon Jae In’s Dialogue with Foreign-Invested Companies at Cheong Wa Dae [Photo: Yonhap News]
ECCK Chairperson Dimitris Psillakis and President Moon Jae In [Photo: Yonhap News]