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Industrial cooperation between South and North Korea

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Ⅰ. Introduction ·································································································· 1 Ⅱ. Overview of Industrial Cooperation ······················································ 3
1. Current Status ····························································································· 3 2. Overall Evaluation and Construction of Kaeseong Industrial Complex ···················································································· 7
Ⅲ. Prospects for Industrial Cooperation between South and North Korea ··········································································································· 11
1. Types of Direct Investments from South to North Korea ··················· 11 2. Comparison of Wage and Technology Level ········································· 14 3. Division of Labor between South and North Korea ····························· 16
Ⅳ. Basic Principles for Industrial Cooperation between South and North Korea ······························································································ 22
1. Based on Economic Efficiency ································································· 22 2. Mutually Complementary ·········································································· 23 3. Gradual Expansion of Industrial Cooperation ········································· 24


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Title Industrial cooperation between South and North Korea
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Oh, Sang Bong

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade

Date 2002-12
Pages 42
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Holding Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade

Abstract

The objective of this paper is to analyze the phenomenon of industrial cooperation between South and North Korea based on a variety of factors such as economic effects, comparative advantages of each economy and the division of labor between the two Koreas, and then to suggest basic principles and policy implications for desirable cooperation in the future. Section Ⅱ of this paper will provide an overview of industrial cooperation between South and North Korea. Section Ⅲ shall attempt to exhibit prospects for the future industrial cooperation and Section Ⅳ will suggest basic principles for desirable cooperation between the two Koreas. Finally, Section Ⅴ summarizes the discussions and introduces some policy implications.