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An experience exchange program with Korea is being implemented in Primorye.

A delegation from the Republic of Korea arrived in Primorsky Krai as part of the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) experience sharing program, the press service of the head of the region reports.

Participants of the meeting from the Korean side were Professor Kukmin University Kim San Von, research associate of the research institute Kangwon Zhuo Yang Kwan, employees of the representative office of KOTRA in Vladivostok.

According to the Department of Economics and Strategic Development, the meeting discussed the details of the work of the KSP program in 2014. Among the priorities for research identified assembly plants, agriculture and tourism. In February of this year, the Korean side summed up the results of the implementation of the first phase of research, in which the Primorsky Krai presented recommendations in three areas.

This is the reform of the administrative management system of the region in order to improve the investment climate in the region, increasing the competence of the employees of the "Investment Agency of the Primorsky Territory" and the analysis of the draft program for the socio-economic development of the Primorsky Territory for 2013-2017.

The proposed recommendations are taken into account in the work of the executive authorities and the Investment Agency of Primorsky Krai.

In addition, as part of the further implementation of the KSP program, starting this year, activities will be more applied in nature. Their goal is to attract a wide range of experts from Russian and Korean businesses to participate in the KSP program.

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