11 December 2019

Doing Business in South Korea 2019 CN Version Released

Since its joining the OECD in 1996, South Korea has developed in a rather rapid pace among all the emerging economies. The government of South Korea encourages local enterprises to capitalize on foreign investment and issues a series of favorable policies and measures. Benefiting from China-South Korea Free Trade Agreement, not only further improvement has been made in the trade between China and South Korea, but also huge development opportunities have been brought to enterprises in the two countries.
To meet our clients’ demands, the South Korea practice team of King & Wood Mallesons releases Doing Business in South Korea, to provide our Chinese clients investing in South Korea with a general knowledge of the investment policies, business information, dispute resolution and other related issues in South Korea.

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