Why South Korea's corruption scandal is nothing new



A scandal is swirling round the South Korean president. Park Gun-hye has been accused by prosecutors of being complicit in a scheme to pressure big companies to donate millions of dollars to funds controlled by a very close friend.
Some of the biggest family-run firms - Samsung, Lotte, SK - have been raided, along with various government offices. Ms Park's lawyer says prosecutors have "built a house of fantasy" but the allegations highlight a historical paradox, say the BBC's Stephen Evans in Seoul.
In everyday life, it seems like one of the most honest countries on the planet -... read more

 
24 November 2016 in Business, Views: 61
Source: BBC
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