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Salmon, Andrew
November 2009
Forbes Asia;11/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 17, p20
The article offers information on Kim Sukjoon, the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Ssangyong Construction & Engineering in South Korea. His projects include the Grand Hyatts in Jakarta, Singapore and Dubai, Jakarta Stock Exchange and Singapore's SunTec City commercial complex. It discusses Kim's contribution to the expansion of the company. It informs about the damages caused to the company due to the Asian financial crisis and the system devised by Kim to improve transparency.


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