koreans - The book The Koreans, by Michael Breen, discuses...

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The book The Koreans , by Michael Breen, discuses the role of foreign business in Korea. Traditionally, Korea has limited its interactions with foreign businesses for the sake of building up their domestic businesses. Breen, a consultant based out of Korea, argues that “Korean business is stacked against the foreigner” (162). This signifies how Koreans have, until recently, greatly limited the ability of foreigners to make money in Korea. However, Breen argues that the Koreans have been more accepting of foreign businesses in recent years and analyzes how foreign companies need to deal with the Koreans. Breen contends that the Koreans have tried to limit the development of foreign business in Korea. He states that “foreign companies have been deemed useful for as long as their technology is needed. While making money out of foreigners-i.e. exporting- was considered virtuous, there was a collective revulsion at the notion that foreigners should be making profits in Korea” (162). This signifies how the Koreans were selfish in their
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