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    Strategies for promoting the agro-food exports of Panama: lessons from Korean experiences

    Korea Development Institute, 2012
    During the recent decade, Panamanian economy has been maintaining healthier economic fundamental under the high annual growth rate, low level unemployment, stable inflation etc. than other Latin American countries.
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    Policy agenda for Cambodia in growth, finance, industry and trade

    Korea Development Institute, 2011
    Cambodia experienced civil war for more than three decades, and it had to undergo the economic embargo imposed in 1979. Today, however, Cambodia has made giant strides in development owing to the adoption of democracy, market economy, and open economic system.
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    Building the foundation for the development of SMEs in Ghana

    Korea Development Institute, 2008
    The South Korean Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) for Ghana aims at promoting Ghana’s sustainable economic growth by assisting the Ghanaian government to build systematic policies and appropriate administrative bases necessary for the development of SMEs in Ghana. In spite of recent robust economic growth there has been displeasure at Ghana’s historical economic stagnation.
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    Priority assignments for economic development of Myanmar

    Korea Development Institute, 2012
    Among various factors of production, labor is the most important factor for economic development. Capital, itself, cannot function without labour, and technological progress is achieved through the efforts of human beings.
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    Supporting the establishment of Vietnam's 2011-20 socio-economic development strategy

    Korea Development Institute, 2011
    In 2008, the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) of Vietnam officially requested the Korean government to advise it on the development of the Vietnamese economy under the title, “Sharing Korean Development Experience.” Based on the strategic importance of bilateral relations between the two nations as well as Vietnam's growth potential and determination to implement the KS
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    Corporate restructuring in post-crisis Korea

    Korea Development Institute, 2010
    The economic crisis of 1997 provided Korea with a rare opportunity to overhaul a government-business risk partnership that had become increasingly dysfunctional under liberalization and democratization. Well before the opening of capital markets in the 1990s, liberalization and democratization led to significant changes in Korea’s developmental state model.
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    Industrial-innovative development plan of Kazakhstan

    Korea Development Institute, 2010
    In May 2009, President Myung-bak Lee of the Republic of Korea met with President Nursultan Nazarbayev of the Republic of Kazakhstan during an official visit to Kazakhstan, and both vowed to strengthen the economic cooperation between the two countries.
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    Major policy agenda and policy responses toward a globalized market economy for Vietnam

    Korea Development Institute, 2005
    Since the “Doi Moi” process started in 1986, the Vietnam economy has achieved a fast economic growth of 6~7% per annum except during the period of the ‘Asian Financial Crisis’ in 1998. Meantime, inflation and exchange rates have been stabilized, and the ratio of current account deficit to GDP is sustained at around 4% since 2004.
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    Export promotion

    Korea Development Institute, 2011
    Korea undertook a variety of supplementary export promotion measures to build on the successful export promotion policies of 1960s. In this regard, the Korean government established “Free Export Zones (FEZs)” in Masan and Iksan after adopting “the establishment act of Free Export Zones” in 1970 and let foreign firms enter Korea to produce export products in these zones.
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    Productivity improvement - Knowledge Sharing Program

    Korea Development Institute, 2011
    This study attempts to describe strategies South Korea carried out for rapid economic growth from the perspective of productivity growth. Exhaustion and poverty pervaded in Korea before the economy entered into a developmental track. Overcoming poverty was the cherished desire of Korean people, and priority was placed on achieving economic growth.

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