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    South Korea

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    CI Research: 1. http://geert-hofstede.com/south-korea.html 2. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10551-009-0095-z#page-1 What about South Korea? If we explore South Korean culture through the lens of the 5-D Model‚ we can get a good overview of the deep drivers of South Korean culture relative to other world cultures. Power distance This dimension deals with the fact that all individuals in societies are not equal – it expresses the attitude of the culture towards these inequalities

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    Iphone in South Korea

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    have made the business environment for Apple more complex in recent years? 4 2. Which aspects of the South Korean market have significant implications for the success or failure of the iPhone in the market and why? 6 3. Besides market entry strategy and marketing mix‚ what other aspects of the planning process should Apple consider before entering the South Korean market? 8 4. Discuss the relative pros and cons of each of the marketing mix elements

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    South Korea Culture

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    Power distance
 At a score of 60‚ South Korea is a hierarchical society. This means that people accept a hierarchical order in which everybody has a place and which needs no further justification. Hierarchy in an organization is seen as reflecting inherent inequalities‚ centralization is popular‚ subordinates expect to be told what to do and the ideal boss is a benevolent autocrat 

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South Korea‚ with a score of 18 is considered a collectivistic society. This is manifest

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    South Korea as an Fdi

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    Investment South Korea is a role model country that has‚ over the past 40 years‚ successfully evolved into a country of notable economic growth. Possessing a highly achieving educational system‚ South Korea has emerged from a low-income‚ low education region to a thriving nation of scholarly professionals. High levels of education‚ a substantial domestic economy‚ and excellent profitability are elements that make South Korea an attractive site as a foreign direct investment. South Korea is recognized

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    South Korea Research

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    is a question that human beings have been seeking throughout the centuries. It is different among nations and changes based on the historical context‚ cultural back ground‚ economic circumstances‚ international relations‚ and any other elements. South Korea today is considered that the country is on a right track to the “good society” due to the democratization‚ economic development‚ and advancement of other sectors. However‚ how can it be the “good society” with the highest suicide rate in the world

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    South Korea Economy

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    VIew South Korea was the one of the poorest country in the world in 1953 and GNP per person was $67. However‚ South Korea started to develop rapidly since 1960 and reached 10 million dollars of national income in twenty years. Now Korea is one of the G20 members with GDP of $ 1.116 trillion ( 2010 ) . Country studies Korea’s economy was based on agriculture in early days. However‚ contribution of agriculture decreased as Korea industrialize . Agriculture and domestication of Korea is made

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    Chaebols In South Korea

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    particular challenge faced by Korea that I would like to address is the Chaebols and the corruption status of South Korea. The Chaebols and the Government The term Chaebol refers to big business group in South Korea. Chaebols are usually characterized by family control of ownership and management‚ diversified business areas‚ and their close relationship with government (1). The development of the Chaebols can be traced back to the period around 1950 to 1960 when South Korea gone through a very rapid

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    South Korea and Hyundai

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    of these advantages do you believe has been most instrumental to the firm’s success? 1. Comparative : Perekonomian Korea didominasi oleh konglomerat beberapa‚ yang disebut chaebol. Mereka termasuk Hyundai‚ Samsung‚ LG‚ dan SK dan account untuk sekitar 40 persen dari PDB Korea dan ekspor. Competitive : Korea

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    South Korea

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    South Korea is located in East Asia. South Korea is East of China and West of Japan. South Korea is roughly the size of Indiana‚ United States of America. From the 7th century to the 20th century Korea acted as a single independent single country. In 1905 after the Russo-Japanese War Korea became a protectorate of Japan. In 1945 Japan surrendered Korea to the United States in WWII. After gaining control of their country Korea split into two countries. A Republic of Korea was set up in the

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    South Korea

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    strongly recommend to enter the South Korean market. Its economy has decent growth and relative stability: its inflation stays on the relatively low level. The most harmful issue can be a conflict with North Korea‚ that can affect further country’ development. To all intents and purposes‚ it is necessary to consider such factors as economical‚ financial‚ political‚ social and technological. I would relate political to one of the most sufficient. Talking about South Korea‚ political aspect is formidable

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    Political Economy of South Korea: A Necessary Transformation I. Introduction: In this paper‚ I will discuss the measures that the Republic of Korea’s (addressed as South Korea from here on out) government took in trying accomplishing economic development despite its several economic and political upheavals. I will‚ specifically‚ review the economic growth and institutions established in South Korea beginning in the 1950s‚ the process of democratization in South Korea‚ and the effects that

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    Country Profile: South Korea

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    South Korea Introduction South Korea is one of the most dynamic countries in the world‚ South Korea has emerged from a chaotic history‚ and has rightfully ascended the ladder to become a world power. Bordering North Korea in the south and separated from China and Japan by the Sea of Japan‚ Yellow Sea and Korea Strait‚ South Korea is an active participant in what is one of Asia’s most historically volatile areas The national flag of Korea is called “Taegeukgi’. According to Korea.net “Its design

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    Hiv/Aids in South Korea

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    HIV/AIDS in South Korea Fall 2011 H312 AIDS and STIS in Modern Society AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) and HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)‚ is a world pandemic disease that has plagued countries around the world since 1981. HIV/AIDS affects both men and women of all ages. AIDS is a deadly disease that deteriorates the immune system. You don’t have to be sexually active to get AIDS some people are even born with it. It has an impact on many people’s lives either by themselves being

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    South Korea South Korea‚ officially the Republic of Korea. "The Great Republic of Korea is a country in East Asia‚ constituting the southern part of the Korean Peninsula.  It shares land borders with North Korea to the north‚ and oversea borders with China to the west and Japan to the east.  The capital and largest city is Seoul‚ with a population of 10 million. The Korean War began in 1950 when forces from the North invaded the South. The war lasted three years

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    South Korea: Economic Overview Economic history and projections: The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in South Korea expanded 0.80 percent in the first quarter of 2013 over the previous quarter. GDP Growth Rate in South Korea is reported by the Bank of Korea. Historically‚ from 1970 until 2013‚ South Korea GDP Growth Rate averaged 1.73 Percent reaching an all time high of 6.80 Percent in March of 1988 and a record low of -7 Percent in March of 1998. South Korea relies mainly on

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    "New Zealand continues to stand with South Korea”. When New Zealand Prime Minister John Key says “stands with‚” he is signifying the key element to the positive diplomatic relations between New Zealand and South Korea that have existed for fifty years: New Zealand standing ‘side by side’ with South Korea. He emphasises that New Zealanders do not stand higher than Koreans or over them as an insignificant racial group‚ but instead‚ he defines the fifty-year long diplomatic friendship as one of equality

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    The Haeinsa Temple or “Temple of Reflection on a Smooth Sea” also belongs to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This is one of the more important temples in Korea as it houses the historical Tripitaka Koreana – Buddhist scriptures that are carved into approximately 81‚258 printing blocks. Those blocks have stayed in the Haeinsa Temple since 1398. The construction of this temple has 2 legends. The first one mentions that Haeinsa was built in gratitude of Buddha’s mercy after two monks have

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    The Corporate Culture in South Korea Business in the XXI century is becoming more and more global‚ international; we find new partners in various‚ sometimes very exotic parts of the world. It is all possible thanks to the common language (assuming that "everybody" knows English)‚ good and fast transportation and new ways of communication‚ like for example Internet. We are learning from each other and trying to adjust to new situations‚ although the differences are often much greater than just

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    Bibliography Sheen‚ Seongho. Grudging partner: South Korea: Asian affairs‚ 2003. Grudging partner article explains about the importance of U.S military toward South Korea’s economy and security relationship. South Korea has worked closely with U.S. military forces in maintaining a strong alliance with the United States. Most of South Korea believes that the U.S. military presence is crucial for South Korea’s national security in fighting with North Korea. Seongho gave numerous details about the importance

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    At the end of World War II‚ Korea was a poor former agricultural colony of Japan. But the rapid growth of Korea’s industrial economy has been remarkable. The economy of South Korea is now the third-largest in Asia and the 13th largest in the world by GDP as of 2007. To trace back the economic development of South Korea‚ the former president Park Chung-Hee played a pivotal role‚ and was credited for shifting its focus to export-oriented favoring a few large conglomerates. Unlike his predecessors

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