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Private delegation at the 171st BIE General Assembly
Praise after the 3rd presentation

Advertisement for the Arc de Triomphe in Paris at Busan Expo 2030.

A private delegation from the exhibition, which is working to raise awareness for the 2030 Busan World Expo (Expo) in Paris, France, has begun to change the atmosphere with its third competition presentation.

The Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) attended the 171st General Assembly of the World Expo Organization (BIE), including Chairman Chae Tae Won, President of Samsung Electronics Lee In Young, Chairman of SK SV Lee Hyun Hee and Hyundai Motor. Vice President Kim Dong Wook, who participated in the 3rd PT, a turning point in the competition to attract Korea, announced on the 30th that it was judged that the strengths

Chairman Chae Tae Won said, “In this third PT, BTS, Little Diplomat Campbell Asia, and the squid game have well reflected the current problems common to humanity and the hopes of future generations.”

Lee In Young, President of Samsung Electronics, said, “The Korean announcement stands out. While competing countries tried to highlight the benefits of the venue, we focused on explaining what Busan World Expo means to people around the world.”

Kim Dong Wook, vice president of Hyundai Motor Company, said, “Looking at the atmosphere on the site, I felt that now is the beginning, and the remaining year is enough for me to try.”

During this general assembly, the private delegation held meetings and receptions with the ambassadors of the major BIE countries separately and jointly with the government delegation. Thanks to this, I met about 30 BIE ambassadors in two days. Yoon Sang Jik, general secretary of the Busan Expo 2030 bid committee, said, “Korea uses a public-private partnership system for important international events, and this “public-private team in Korea” is a dream team equipped with a lot of experience and know-how. hows than ever before.”

Reporter Lee Byung Hee [email protected]

Source: Economist

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