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Recent trends and future challenges of civil-military technology cooperation in Korea

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Frame of Image vil Military Integration (CMI), cost
Recent Trends and Future Challenges of Civil-Military Technology Cooperation in Korea*
cutting, and mergers. This trend is full of suggestions for the defense industry in South Korea. As the economic growth rate slows and the government investment reaches their
Figure 1.
The Framework of Civil-Military Technology Cooperation
Source : KIET, “Fundamental Civil-military Technical Cooperation Plan (draft)”, 2012.4 (re-written by KIET based on the “CMTC Master Plan (draft)”).
* This article draws heavily on the CMI international conference presentation material in Korea on December 14th 2012. 1) IMF, 2012.9; SIPRI, 2012.
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limits, the CMI has attracted public attention to change the way of investment from conventional “government investment” into “private investment”. Therefore, the CMI can be a pragmatic choice in order to find a new growth engine and boost industrial competitiveness. It is expected to utilize the d e f e n s e budget efficiently, vitalize an aggressive spin on/off, boost employment and improve the spread effect to enhance the quality of life.
2. Global Trends and Outlook of the CMTC
Reviewing the global trends and outlook of the Civil-Military Technology Cooperation (CMTC), it is summarized as “4C”, which represents Cut, Consolidation, Catch-up, and Convergence, as follows. First, defense expenditure cuts are made by advanced countries due to global recession and the easing of tensions. After


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Title Recent trends and future challenges of civil-military technology cooperation in Korea
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Author(English)

Jang, Won Joon; Yoon, Ja Young; Kim, Mi Jung

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[Seoul]:KIET

Date 2013-03
Journal Title; Vol./Issue KIET Industrial Economic Review:vol.18(no.2)
Pages 22
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < National security
Government and Law < Public Safety
Holding KIET; KDI School