Korean Business Law
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Korean Business Law

Edited by Hwa-Jin Kim

The approach of the book is two-fold. On the one hand the book offers valuable insight into the fundamental principles of Korean business law, and landmark cases in the field. On the other hand there is extensive analysis of more recent developments and of current issues raised by recent court cases. The book combines coverage of Korean corporate law and Korean financial law and includes detailed examination of corporate law issues such as director liability, minority shareholder protection, and the dynamic practice area of mergers and acquisitions, and of financial law topics, including private equity, structured finance and foreign financial institutions.
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Chapter 9: Private Equity in Korea: History, Industry and Policy

Hwa-Jin Kim and Alice Z. Chen

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9. Private equity in Korea: history, industry and policy Hwa-Jin Kim and Alice Z. Chen I. INTRODUCTION When the Korean economy first opened its doors to the world in 1996 as a condition of its acceptance into the Organization for Economic Cooperat...

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