During the economic crisis of 1997, Korea promised to open its legal market to
international competition, but the extent of liberalization is still undecided. Koreans
want little change, as slow as possible. US firms seem unconcerned. But UK firms
have been lobbying hard for an open market. Rob Mannix reports
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