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Environment-friendly development policies helped the Republic of Korea reduce carbon emissions while sustaining high economic growth.
Gain insights from the experience of the Republic of Korea in expressway networks development—from the period of economic restructuring to high economic growth.
A project in the Republic of Korea formed small firms into training consortiums to enhance their workers’ skills and improve overall productivity.
The Republic of Korea provided vocational training for disabled people in addition to imposing a hiring quota for both public and private employers.
Though a state-owned enterprise, Incheon International Airport is run like a private business, earning enough money to fund its expansion.
Despite a lack of domestic energy resources, the Republic of Korea has become one of the largest economies in the world.
The immunization campaign for children in the Republic of Korea after the Korean War took years of strategic planning and implementation that included health education and legislation.
Seoul conducted stabilization work to cover the garbage, and restored Nanjido into a nature sanctuary now enjoyed by millions of visitors.
Major reforms toward a market-based, open economy required extensive public communications to gain public support in the Republic of Korea.
Maneuvering through the web of stakeholder interests, the Republic of Korea institutionalized a service-oriented bus transportation system in Seoul and its satellite cities in surrounding provinces.