Korea is an economic miracle.
From one of the poorest countries in the 1950s – South Korea’s GDP per capita was lower that North Korea’s at the end of the Korean War – Korea has transformed from a recipient of international assistance to an aid donorwith a US$2.2 trillion economy and free trade agreements with the US, the EU, and China.
The OECD projects that because of its effective response to COVID-19, Korea’s will drop only 1% in 2020.
Want to learn more about doing business in the Republic of Korea?
Join James Kim, Chairman & CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea and the former CEO of GM Korea, in conversation with Craig Lesser, the Managing Partner of the Pendleton Group and who was the Georgia Commissioner of Trade when Kia decided to build its assembly plant in Georgia.
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