South Korea reforms

THE inauguration of Roh Moo-hyun as President of South Korea is likely to herald fundamental changes in the country’s political and economic environment. The director of the Research Institute Asia and the Pacific, Stephanie Fahey, believes the new president ushers in a new political generation in South Korea. He is expected to carry out broad ranging policies designed to underpin a balanced economic growth of 7 per cent.

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