Gaining visibility

Jones, Thomas E.
November 1990
China Business Review;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p46
Academic Journal
Focuses on the efforts of South Koreans to improve commerce with China. Hurdles faced by South Korean business delegates in China; Most visible Korean commitment to developing business in China; Mark left by South Korea on China's custom books; Efforts to buck investment trends; Backing from the Korean government; Chinese efforts to meet South Koreans halfway; Political challenges. INSET: Eyeing North Korea, by Dan, Reardon..


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