The Korean economy is currently going through an extensive restructuring process as a result of the upheavals occurring in highly competitive international markets. Since the early 1980s, government and business leaders alike have understood the need to restructure the economy in order to enhance the nation’s competitiveness. To this end, major renovation measures have been taken, focusing on reducing market concentration and deregulating, as well as market liberalization and privatization.
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- Economic Reform and Government—Business Relations in Korea: Towards an Institutional Approach
- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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