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The World is Changing Faster Than Chaebols

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Korea’s Chaebols were created in post-war Korea to give the companies and the country a competitive leg up as it sought to rebuild. As these companies globalize, many of them find that they are being held back by the same things that created advantages for so many decades. Change is afoot everywhere with the past hardly prologue. Richard Levick’s op-ed in the Korea Herald provides a pathway forward.

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