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Moon may succeed in pushing business reforms

Analysts say there is more momentum for change now, with public anger high after the Park Geun-Hye scandal that exposed cosy ties between chaebols and political elite
Friday, May 12, 2017 - 05:50

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President Moon and his senior secretaries outside the Presidential Blue House on Thursday. He has promised to promote more transparent corporate governance, aimed at breaking up the line of succession within chaebol families.

Seoul

THE world's biggest smartphone maker Samsung and other conglomerates that dominate South Korea's economy are firmly in the reformist sights of new president Moon Jae-In - and analysts say he could succeed where many have failed.

The likes of Samsung and Hyundai, sprawling

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