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China’s South Korean firms mull over whether to stay or go as Covid, geopolitical pressures mount

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A new Korea International Trade Association report says China’s role as a go-to source of production among global companies has diminished over the last five years, but it still remains an important and lucrative market for some.

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A new Korea International Trade Association report says China’s role as a go-to source of production among global companies has diminished over the last five years, but it still remains an important and lucrative market for some.

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