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Korea edges closer to a new start

Korea certainly had its fingers burnt in the financial crisis of 1997. In the years since then, the reform of institutions ranging from the massive chaebol to the legal market itself has been seen by many as the key to any lasting recovery. Nick Ferguson reports from Seoul on how far the economy and lawyers have come, and what remains to be done

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