Tuesday, August 19, 2008

[The Chosun Ilbo, July 10 2008] Faces of Korea in the International Press

Foreign experts are warning that the mad cow controversy and candlelight protests will damage Korea’s international credibility. Standard&Poor’s Chief Economist David Wyss said the beef protests being led by anti-government factions have turned Korea’s image into a joke among foreign investors, while Simon Cooper, the CEO of HSBC Korea, said frequent candlelight protests could damage Korea’s international image.

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