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    Silvio De Franco,Alberto Eguren,David Baughman
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de Franco, Silvio; Eguren, Alberto; Baughman, David; ED. An important element of this adjustment can be found in Korea's policy.

de Franco, Silvio; Eguren, Alberto; Baughman, David; EDI. Publisher. Korea, on the other hand, successfully adjusted to the 1979 oil shock and managed to skirt the depressed international economy of the early 1980s and achieve high growth rates up to the present. An important element of this adjustment can be found in Korea's policy framework and orientation and institutional arrangements.

De Franco, Silvio; Eguren, Alberto; Baughman, David. Industry and Technology General. Official Aid Development Assistance. Korea's experience with the development of trade and industry,Reports,Washington, . The World Bank,EDI POLICY SEMINAR REPORT/14.

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