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Preliminary List of Meetings in 2001

  1. Asia Pacific Executive Forum. Honolulu, Hawaii, January 16-19, 2001. Organized by the East-west Center (Honolulu) in partnership with Frost and Sullivan. The theme of the event will be "Doing Business in a Changing Asia: A Strategic Vision." The Executive Forum provides opportunities for corporate leaders to gain insight into the major issues of the Asia Pacific region from leading industry experts and scholars. Designed as a corporate retreat, the Executive Forum brings together senior executives, government policymakers and academic experts for two days of intensive dialogue on critical issues facing the region and how they impact economics and business. The Executive Forum provides the private sector with a neutral and objective venue to exchange views and to brainstorm on key issues relating to the future economic and political outlook in Asia Pacific. As current events have shown, the dynamics of the region require up-to-date insights into and analysis of the impacts of the rapid changes taking place. The Asia Pacific Executive Forum provides an opportunity for corporate decision-makers to be better informed of critical developments and their impacts for strategic planning. With support from the Pacific Basin Economic Council; US Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, US Commercial Service, Honolulu Export Assistance Center; and Red Herring Magazine. Contact: Sheree Groves, East-West Center, fax: 808-944-7615, e-mail: seminars@eastwestcenter.org
  2. 2001 North American Taiwan Studies Conference. Seattle, US, June 23-25, 2001. The seventh in an annual conference series orgainzed by the North American Taiwan Studies Association (NATSA). The organizers are encouraging the submission of papers on a broad variety of topics related to Taiwan, including international relations (national security,Taiwan-China relations, Taiwan-US relations, foreign investment, NGO developments and foreign policies). Sponsored by the Taiwan Research Fund. Contact: Wen-Feng Lai, Secreatary, NATSA, e-mail: wflai@bu.edu website: http://www.natsc.org