Naville, Jane Lanhee Lee
October 2008
Forbes Asia;10/27/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p62
The article reports that South Korea's NHN Corp. is planning expansion in China. The company is reported to be Korea's largest internet portal. It runs the country's biggest portal and search engine, Naver. It is stated that the company is studying the landscape of these new market so that it can catch problems early. Also it is presented that NHN makes a lot of money in Korea and controls 74 percent of the country's search-engine market.


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