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Deutsch Koreanische beziehungen2

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Deutsch Koreanische beziehungen
131 Jahre
German Chancellor Angela Merkel &
Korea President Park Geun-hye
Women politicians
Deutschland
Korea
April 2013
Population
$23,837
500,220,000
2013 GDP per capita
$1,075,200 mil
2013
The world's ninth trading power
JAPAN
JAPAN
KOREA
KOREA
TSR
TMGR
TCR
TKR
Connecting Europe and Asia
Eurasia rail
Quick Facts of Korea
Within 3 hours, city of a million population
CHINA
CHINA
Strategy for Korea-Germany
Business Cooperation

Nuclear reactors, Boilers, Machinery and Mechanical appliance 4.39
Vehicles(other than Railway or Train) 3.62
Electrical Machinery and Equipment 2.23
Optical, photographic, cinematographic measuring instruments 1.65
Vehicles(other than railway or Tram) 1.52
-8.4%
9.2%
22.4%
4.3%
3.0%
-5.5%
-46.6%
-19.9%
Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances 1.03
Ships, Boats and floating structures 1.44
Electrical Machinery and Equipment 1.46
1/3 of total sales of Top
2000 American and European corporates are contributed by
strategic alliances
30% of Multinational
corporates’ annual sales
come from partnership
and it’s expected to grow to
44% by 2016
- 2012 The State of Alliance Management -
- Booze-Allen & Hamilton -
Selecting Partners
Compatibility
Resource
complementarity
Cultural Fit
Operational Fit
Organizational Fit
Strategic Fit
Korea-EU FTA entered into force in July 2011
Market transparency, selection of business partners and personal, mentality etc.
Problems
highly qualified workforce, low tax rates, legal environment, infrastructure, information technology, technique-enthusiastic consumers
Positive
factors
In general abolished, some non-tariff barriers (food, automobiles, pharmaceuticals, renewable energies, services)
Trade Barriers
More radical than in Germany but increasingly reasonable, mostly organized on company level
FTA
Labor Unions
Consideration For Future Cooperation

Martin Kaymer
Sandra Gal
Charity Begins At Home
Population Approx
GNI
50 Mil
$26,205('13)

Scale of the economy
$14000 billion
CHINA
KOREA
JAPAN
Population
Trade
22%
1.52 billion people
17.6%
5000000003240
Evaluation
Management
Design
Negotiation
Establishment of Alliance Strategies
Selecting Partners
German Partners
MOTIE
(Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy)
Provides a foundation for economic growth by
Combining a wide range of responsibilities in the
Ares of commerce, investment, industry and Energy

KITIA
Is a MOTIE affiliated non-profit association
Established in Apr’01
Main Business : R&D program, Outbound M&A,
Inbound Investment promotion

Director : Kwang-il,Sul sulsky@kitia.or.kr
S.Associate : Okawa,Tadanori t_okawa@kitia.or.kr
S.Associate : hyun-ho,Choi hhchoi@kitia.or.kr
S.Associate : hyun-ho,Choi hhchoi@kitia.or.kr
Contact
Presence of KITIA in Germany
Deutsch Koreanische beziehungen
131 Jahre
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