Political risk assessment in South Korea

September 2000
South Korea Economic Studies;2000, p89
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Presents an overview of the political structure within South Korea which offers business executives tools with which to evaluate strategic investments and entry alternatives into the area. Details of the government and political system that is in place; Major political parties; Military organization and expenditures; Major political issues facing the country; Stability of the government; Politics and the business environment.


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