Orthodox Jewish Chamber Signs MOU with South Korea at World Trade Week NYC


Provincial Korean Governor Pens Warm Letter to Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Upon Consummation of MOU Partnership signing 

Governor Cheol-woo Lee, Governor of Gyeongsang Province, Republic of Korea, wrote warmly to his newly acquired partners in the US in advance of the formal signing last Thursday of Memoranda of Understanding to consummate the partnership agreements. With the signing of the agreements, ceremonially performed at the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce’s prestigious World Trade Week Event in NYC, the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce and the Greater NY Chamber of Commerce added a valuable partner in their mission of financial empowerment that transcends cultural and national bounds. Duvi Honig and Mark Jaffe, CEOs of the Orthodox Jewish and Greater NY Chambers of Commerce, respectively, joined with James Kim, CEO of the Korean American Chamber of Commerce for this important milestone toward deeper engagement with Korean business interests, both abroad and here at home, where the Korean business community has a large and growing presence. 

The governor's letter lauded the Chambers' dedication to promoting international trade and emphasized the promise these partnerships hold for mutual empowerment. "The agreements between the Gyeongsang Provincial Government and the two major chambers of commerce of yours in the United States are significant milestones, reflecting our shared vision of fostering economic and trade exchanges. Through this partnership, we are forging stronger ties, unlocking new opportunities, and contributing to the global economy.”

The governor closed by extending his best wishes on the all-important NYC event. “May this event be a resounding success, facilitating meaningful connections and setting the stage for fruitful collaborations,” he wrote.