Kim Young-ran Law

Raphael Rashid
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Relaxing Anti-Graft Law: Rooting out Corruption or Rooting for More Roots?

Just one year after the launch of a groundbreaking anti-graft law, the South Korean government may be about to water down its terms. The Improper Solicitation and Graft Act was introduced to root out bribery and corruption in South Korea. It went into effect on Sept. 28, 2016, following months

Steven Borowiec
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Love It or Hate It, S. Korea’s Anti-Corruption Law Here to Stay

One year after a landmark anti-corruption law went into effect, big corporations are celebrating the legislation’s effects while small businesses say they’re taking a hit. The law, called the Improper Solicitation and Graft Act (but usually referred to as the Kim Young-ran law, after the former judge who