South Korea: An Unexpected Ally For BusinessRobert Neff and Laxmi Nakarmi
When Kim Young Sam took office as President last February, most Seoul insiders dismissed him as a lightweight with no government experience. Few thought he had the answers to South Korea's nagging problems: growing antagonism between government and business, labor unrest, and a flagging export economy.
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