The Korea Post used to cover the Commercial Counselors and Officers very fully, almost as fully as the Ambassadors. This is because the Commercial Counselors play a pivotal role in bridging gaps between Korea and their countries—immeasurably contributing to the promotion of important interests of the two countries.
Now, we have resumed covering them fully—using all five media outlets of The Korea Post, 3 in English and 2 in Korean.
In actual living, what are more important than money? Money is especially important between the different countries. Does the money make the mare go? Not these days. They make the countries go.
|Ambassadors and the Embassy officials from various countries have visited the Hyundai company building with their spouses on March 24, 2006. The total number of visitors was around 70 people.|
Yes, economic-commercial cooperation between the different countries is very important and Korea, too, is making an all-out effort to increase economic-cooperation cooperation with all the countries of the world, even including the so-called Jeokseong Gukka, or unfriendly countries.
In the July issue, we also start covering Korean companies overseas. The governments come and go, each after duration of five years of their life span. However, the business companies live ‘forever’ or at least for a long, long time. They stay and outlive all the different governments and their leaders whose life span in Korea is but five years.
The Korean companies actively contributing to the promotion of cooperation and friendship between Korea and the different countries of the world are true assets to the promotion of relations and friendship between the two peoples and countries.
A hard time is becoming harder with relations with Japan becoming strained in the middle of the Moon Administration in Korea and Abe Cabinet in Japan. The Korean businesses should try to widen the range of their international cooperation—and Peru seems to be one of the best countries to expand their business activities to.
For one thing, Peru has a very rich historical-cultural assets, including Machu Pich, Cuzco, Chan Chan, Cercado de Lima, Nazca Lines, Caral, Sacred Valley of the Incas, Chavin de Huantar, Arequipa and Lake Titicaca.
Lee Kyung-sik email@example.com
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