Blog: Dave LeggettKorean businessmen and dodgy practices...

Dave Leggett | 8 June 2006

Although we shouldn't rush to be too judgemental about the big fishes in Korea who have found themselves in the dock lately (dubious business practices being institutionalised in the Chaebols - giant Korean conglomerates - for a long, long time and seen as 'normal') the sums involved are pretty big. At least the worst excesses aren't just swept under the carpet any longer. Mark Bursa has written a piece that looks at the history of the dynasties at Hyundai. Fascinating.

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