Sunday, April 06, 2008

[ News, Government Press Releases, March 19 2008] Hotline to be installed between the President and business leaders

A hotline will be set up this week for about 100 business leaders so they can call President Lee Myung-bak anytime round the clock.

In step with President Lee's "Business Friendly" policy, the hotline is expected to serve as a channel of communications between Cheong Wa Dae and business leaders so that the President will be able to hear directly from them about their needs and concerns.

The Office of the Senior Secretary to the President for Economic Policy will select users of the hotline from a list of recommended institutions. In doing so, it will take into account several factors, including type of business, balance in terms of size and the state of management. More specifically, the list of hotline users will include 39 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), 33 business organizations and associations, 17 financial institutions, eight conglomerates and five research institutes.

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