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Korean Chamber of Commerce
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Shown with him are (left to right): Jae Jung Jang, President of the Korean Chamber of Commerce; William Mason, President of the Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce; Shameem Qurashi, President of the Phlippine Association of Multinational Companies' Regional Headquarters, Inc.; Clau Sudhoff, President of the European Chamber of Commerce; Arun Abraham, President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce; Shoichi Kameyama, President of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Indsutry; and George Drysdale, President of the American Chamber of Commerce. (Manila Bulletin, July 23, 2000)
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"The Philippines's location and manpower makes it one of the best destinations for Korean businesses," says Jae J. Jang, president of the Korean Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines.
We've been an admirer of shipping ...
We've been an admirer of shipping expat Jae Jung Jang, chairman of the Uni Group of Companies, ever since we learned about his philanthropy.
He's Korean, and his Sorok Uni Foundation has been helping cured Filipino lepers reintegrate into mainstream society.
It's a tough mission.
This was the core message delivered ...
This was the core message delivered by Korean Chamber of Commerce Philippines president Jae J. Jang in pitching for the building of an East Asian Economic Community (EAEC) during an international forum on the role of business in the economic integration of East Asia in a Makati City hotel recently.
The new investment opportunities, Jang
said, are in heavy industries, tourism, food and beverages, English teaching centers, retirement villages and in skilled manpower.He
mentioned the fact that Korea
was the top foreign direct investor in the Philippines last year following the setting up of ship-building and ship repair facilities by one of its giant ship building corporations, Hanjin Shipbuilding Co.
at the Subic Freeport.
Laus will join Korean Ambassador Ki ...
Laus will join Korean Ambassador Ki Hong, PEZA Director General Lilia De Lima, KTIPA President Ki Hwa Hong, Philippine-Korea Economic Council Chairman David Balangue, and Korea Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines President Jae Jung Jang.