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S Korea cracks down on low-level graft

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 05:50


THE owner of Poom Seoul, an upmarket restaurant in South Korea's capital, is seriously considering closing her business, as customers dwindle ahead of new anti-graft laws designed to curb paid-for favours.

The law, which comes into effect on Wednesday, will make it illegal

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