Thursday, June 01, 2017

Everything Korea, May 30 Episode, South Korea and Moon Jae-in

South Korean President Moon Jae-in

The new Korean President Moon Jae-in finished his third week in office...with high public ratings fueled by a strong willingness to communicate and seek out the middle ground. More impressive is Moon started his term immediately upon election without a transition period.

That said, his appointments of “activist economists” to key government positions has draw concern... the appointees outspoken in the past with regard to Chaebol… at the core, public demand for holding company structures and measures that support minority shareholders.

The challenge is that President Moon's top priority in labor issue, jobs and employment... and the large Groups needed to generate better-paying jobs.... vs. small to medium size business often offering lower wages and benefits. In particular, how to do this without the Blue House (Korea’s White House) past practice of the putting pressure -- direct and indirect – on Samsung, Hyundai, LG, SK and Lotte business executives to create jobs?
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