By C. Harvie, Hyun-Hoon Lee
Korea, one of many unique 'Tiger Economies', reports a demanding and mostly unanticipated financial obstacle in 1997-98 from which the rustic remains to be improving. regardless of having completed remarkable financial advances from the early Nineteen Sixties, the concern laid naked quite a few structural, monetary and coverage weaknesses. Charles Harvie and Hyun-Hoon Lee chronicle and learn the major components in the back of Korea's monetary miracle from 1962-1989 and the motives that contributed to the industrial downturn and resulting problem of 1997-98. Is the Korean economic climate nonetheless fading or is its revival underway? because the nation undertakes a chain of restoration measures, the authors examine the significance of the continuing restructuring efforts within the company and banking sectors, the advance of the 'new economic system; and the capability fiscal merits to be derived from reunification with the North.
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