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The nongovernmental nature of Korean businesses’ economic exchanges with China prior to the normalization of 1992

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Title The nongovernmental nature of Korean businesses’ economic exchanges with China prior to the normalization of 1992
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Cheon, Kyung-Hee

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[Seoul]:The Korean Association of International Studies

Date 2015
Pages 24
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Holding The Korean Association of International Studies

Abstract

Prior to the normalization of South Korea-China relations in 1992, South Korea’s economic exchanges with China centered on trade and other related contacts. And South Korea’s unofficial trade with China was mainly led by private businesses, especially ‘big business groups’(or chaebol groups). Then, in relation to the dominant role of private businesses, one may ask whether Korean private businesses’economic exchanges with China over the period 1979-92 could be regarded as ‘nongovernmental’in effect. Those who raise doubt about the nongovernmental nature of such Korean businesses’economic activities might suppose that Korea’s unofficial economic exchanges with China were made possible largely by the Korean government’s initiative or its active intervention and that thus they were not very nongovernmental. (The rest omitted)