Korea Rebuilds: From Crisis to Opportunity
East Asia Analytical Unit, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 1999 - Business enterprises - 258 pages
This report on the economic situation in Korea. examines the causes of Korea's economic crisis and the Korean Government's strategies to overcome it and restore sustainable economic growth. Evaluates reforms to trade and investment regimes and macro-economic policies and discusses political developments, Australia-Korea business relations, and implications of reforms for Australian business. Includes references and an index.
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A SETTING THE SCENE
Politics and Society in Transition
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