Globalisation Essay

12806 Words Mar 20th, 2015 52 Pages
Doing Business in South Korea

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Introduction
Geography
The Korean Peninsula, which lies on the northeastern edge of the Asian continent shares its northern border with China and Russia and juts toward Japan to the southeast. Korea is roughly 1,000 kilometers long and encompasses a total of 222,154 square kilometers (South Korea - 99,392 sq. km; North Korea - 122,762 sq. km). It is nearly the same size as Britain and a little larger than Portugal. The Republic of Korea is populated by 48.6 million people as of 2008.

Climate
The Korean Peninsula, which is situated at the eastern edge of the Eurasian continent, lies between 33 and 43 north latitude. With the Taebaek mountain range forming the backbone of the Korean Peninsula, Korea has a diverse climate in spite of its small size. It lies in the temperate zone, and has four distinct seasons as well as diverse topography. The transitional seasons,

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