Welcome to North Korea

Kirk, Donald
November 2005
Forbes Asia;11/14/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p26
The article provides information on the challenges faced by company Hyundai Asan in Korea. The implications of North Korean pressure on Hyundai Asan are enormous. "It is outrageous," says Lee In Ho, ambassador to Russia during Kim Dae Jung's presidency. Hyundai Asan, though, for all the hurdles in front of it, is undaunted. "We have already laid the table," says Byun Ha Jung, a company general manager. "We believe foreign investors would not face big obstacles."


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