Economy of Korea
Economy of Korea may refer to:
Economy of North Korea
North Korea's economy is a centrally planned system, yet the role of market allocation schemes is limited. Although there have been scattered and limited attempts at decentralization, as of 2015, Pyon...
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Economy of South Korea
South Korea is one of the world's wealthiest nations, and is a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the G-20 major economies. South Korea has a market econom...
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Tourism in Korea
Tourism in Korea may refer to:
Korean mun
The mun was introduced as the main currency of Korea in 1633 and stayed in use until 1892. It resembled and was derived from the Chinese wen (cognate also to the Japanese mon and Vietnamese van). Coin...
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Mining in North Korea
Mining in North Korea is important to the country's economy. North Korea is naturally abundant in metals such magnesite, zinc, tungsten, and iron; with magnesite resources of 6 billion tonnes (second ...
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (Korea)
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) is a cabinet-level division of the government of South Korea. Its headquarters is in the Sejong Government Office in Sejong City.The ministry...
Tourism in North Korea
Tourism in North Korea is organized by one of several state-owned tourism bureaus, including Korea International Travel Company (KITC), Korean International Sports Travel Company (KISTC) and Korean In...
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International Economic Consultative Organization for Korea
The International Economic Consultative Organization for Korea (IECOK) was a consortium of lenders to the South Korean government. The South Korean government persuaded the World Bank to organize this...
Etymology of the Korean currencies
The won is the currency of both North and South Korea. Won is a cognate of the Chinese currency unit, the yuan, and the Japanese currency unit, the yen, meaning "round object". The won is subdivided i...
Etymology of the Korean currencies - Wikipedia
Korean yang
The yang (양/兩) was the currency of Korea between 1892 and 1902. It was subdivided into 10 jeon (전/錢), 100 bun (분/分) and 5 yang = 1 hwan (환/圜).
The word yang is a cognate of the Chinese "tael" (pro...
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Korean yen
The Korean yen was the currency of Korea between 1910 and 1945. It was equivalent to the Japanese yen and consisted of Japanese currency and banknotes issued specifically for Korea. The yen was subdiv...
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KOTRA
KOTRA (Korea Trade Promotion Corporation initially, Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency since 1995) is a state-funded trade and investment promotion organization operated by the Government of Sout...
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Korea Maritime Institute
The Korea Maritime Institute (KMI) is a think tank and research center developing South Korean policies on marine affairs and fisheries, operated by the South Korean government through the Office of G...
Poverty in South Korea
Poverty in South Korea has been in decline since the mid-20th century, particularly the absolute poverty rate. Relative poverty was also in decline until the late 1990s, but has risen since then. Whil...
Paek Son Haeng
Paek Son-haeng (1848–1933) was a Korean businesswoman known for her massive charitable donations. The name "Son Haeng" means virtuous deeds, and was a nickname bestowed on her due to her contribution...