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Foreign investors snap up Korean bargains

Foreign investment in South Korea has reached record levels after the government abolished laws impeding cross-border mergers and acquisitions in 1998. Investment funds are moving in and hostile take-overs are set to increase. Rob Mannix reports on the lawyers advising overseas buyers.

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