United States businesses sold nearly $40 billion worth of goods to South Korea last year, a record volume. Over the first three quarters of 2011 we’re running 13 percent above last year’s pace, so South Korea is a very good customer. American exporters need to understand the outlook for South Korea’s economy in order to make business plans and consider contingencies.
I’m not a specialist in South Korea, but a client recently asked for a briefing on three key exports markets. I’ve previously published my economic outlook for China and economic outlook for Japan. This is the third and final installment in the series.
Continue reading on my Forbes site: South Korea Economic Forecast, 2012-2013: A Business Perspective