July 7, 1987 |
On a trip to Washington a few months ago, Garden Grove Mayor Jonathan H. Cannon called on the South Korean ambassador to the United States to solicit ideas on how to assimilate the growing Korean community in his city. From that brief meeting emerged an idea that could enable businessmen in Garden Grove and Orange County to cash in on South Korea's plan to buy $2.5 billion worth of U.S. products.
July 15, 1991 |
Seoul, Beijing to Discuss Further Ties: South Korea and China may begin aviation and trade talks late this month as a further step toward normalizing relations, officials in Seoul said. One official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the negotiations would be undertaken by two state firms, Korea Trade Promotion Corp. and the Chinese Committee for the Promotion of International Trade.
February 14, 1989 |
The government has reached agreement with Poland and Bulgaria to exchange trade missions, raising to five the number of communist countries setting up such groups in Seoul, officials said. The state-run Korea Trade Promotion Corp. said that after South Korea opens its own trade offices in March, it would organize trade missions to visit Warsaw, Sofia and Moscow to sell products.
October 5, 1995
Some useful addresses, phone numbers and publications for doing business in South Korea: OFFICIAL FOREIGN OFFICES The Korean Consulate can answer questions about visa requirements and political affairs in South Korea. A customs officer based at the consulate can provide information on import regulations and duties for people who want to export to South Korea. Korean Consulate 3243 Wilshire Blvd.