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Korea makes 'creative economy' a priority

Behind Korea's dramatic growth lie smart decisions, entrepreneurship and hard work - which are driving a focus on the "creative economy", writes Val Boje. ||| Pretoria - Think South Korea and one thinks of the economic boom which transformed the country from one of the world's poorest after World War II into a 20th century success story. Think South Korea and one thinks of global innovation and technology leaders, with companies such as Samsung, Hyundai and LG making their mark.
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