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Economic democratization and tax reform

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Title Economic democratization and tax reform
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Material Type Reports
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Lee,Jae-eun

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[Brussels],[Belgium] : European Network On Debt And Development

Date 2017
Pages 24
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Financial Policy
Economy < Economic Administration
Government and Law < Governance
Holding eurodad
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Abstract

What are Koreans living on today? Yuna Kim gave people a brief taste of joy and foreigners singing the Korean national anthem in Korean moved the country during the past days of economic downturn. Yet that only lasted a moment. Even with the launch of a new administration, the public feel anxious due to the unpredictable direction the society is heading and the presidential approval rating is taking a sudden turn. The atmosphere is different from where the high uncertainty before the elections is resolved after the events. Why is this? People are nervous whether President Park Geun-hye will give hope like Yuna Kim by performing impeccably or disappoint like Asada Mao by stubbornly pursuing the overwhelming triple axel. Even though President Park has strong support which includes the conservative press that try hard to cover her mistakes, maintaining her headstrong inflexibility while making errors makes it difficult to shut their eyes to her shortcomings