THE ASIA HOUSE
LOOKING TOWARDS A CLOSER ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP
Asia House, supported by the Government of Japan, is exploring the future state of UK-Japan relations as the two trade partners navigate an increasingly complex world.
Having undertaken extensive research, including focus groups and interviews with leading business and policy figures, Asia House is producing a forward-looking report on the potential direction of UK-Japan relations post Brexit, including the opportunities arising from a closer economic partnership, and the challenges that need to be overcome. The report will be launched in March 2021 and will be discussed at a conference exploring these issues on Wednesday 10 March 2021.
JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Asia House, supported by the Government of Japan, is convening senior business and policy figures to explore the findings of the report and hear insights on the future of UK-Japan relations.
WEDNESDAY 10 MARCH 2021
09:00-10:15 UK TIME
FORMER VICE MINISTER FOR FINANCE AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS,
MINISTER FOR INVESTMENT,
As part of the project, Asia House is bringing together the views and insights of leading figures in UK-Japan relations, from those at the heart of trade and industry, to policy professionals shaping the bilateral relationship.