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Learning from the Korean 'Miracle'

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SEOUL, Republic of Korea — I was born in this country in 1959, a time when the per capita income was not much more than $100. Today, Korea's gross national income is roughly $23,000 per person. Everywhere I travel in the developing world, leaders ask me, how did Korea lift itself out of such dire straits? One of the reasons is that many Koreans are never satisfied with success; they always seek improvement. Watch this blog to learn more.

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Submitted by m.bordbar on

Heloo.I am M.bordbar from iran
i am the student of economic in university
may you help me to learn more about your conuntry?

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