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South Korean Corporate Governance
Moon Jae-in was elected as South Korea’s president 18 months ago after the impeachment and imprisonment of his predecessor Park. His mandate was clear: drive out corruption and improve corporate governance, particularly at the nation’s Chaebols. It started well: he appointed Kim Sang-Jo as the Head of a Fair Trade Commission. The so-called “Chaebol Sniper”