Human Resource Management in Developing Countries

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economic growth as it did in the past but will be an engine of growth for the Korean economy and the companies. This will in future make the people realize that the IMF bail-out that succeeded the recent economic crisis, what they had once thought of as a disgrace to the nation, was in fact ‘a timely gift from God’.


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