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This paper highlights lacking elements of present social guidelines in Latin the US that have an effect on the political-economy equilibrium: specifically, the overlook of the center category as legitimate topic of social coverage, the endurance of source of revenue and wealth inequality in a context of average progress and the necessity to placed extra emphasis on asset accumulation via the negative and the center type. The paper presents monetary and political financial system rationales for devising new guidelines that may right this overlook.
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1 action plans) on July 1, 2002, in order to designate the Shineuijoo Special Administration Area (September 2002) and both the Gaesung Industrial Complex and the Mt. Keumgang Tourism Areas (November, 2002) with its eye on foreign capital inflows. 1 The Brief Outline The major determinants of inter-Korean relations involve both “actors (participants)” and “environments” on both sides. Actors include the South’s government, the South’s enterprises, public and private organizations, and the North Korean government, which in broad context is the sole decision maker as well as the action planner in the peculiar North.
5%) for social and cultural projects during the periods 1991–2005. 6 million dollars per year), which was about one third of the South government aids during the same period. ) by the South residents is estimated to exceed the official figures. 4 billion dollars) was given to North Korea for ten years starting from 1988 to August 2007. See The Reference Data for Aids to North, the Ministry of Unification, October 13, 2006, and Records of the National Assembly, October 2008. 6 The Effects of the Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation 29 cooperation.
01 indicates that about 10% of total public and private investments are going to strengthen the military power in the North. It is also assumed that only 50% of South Koreans are being affected with one US cents per person by the potential threats from the North. 14 It 30 2 Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation further analysis to estimate the overall effects of the investments on value added, employment, and net exports of those South Korean participating firms. 2 The Impact on the North Korean Economy The inter-Korean economic cooperation has increased the North Korean economy’s dependency on the South.