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Korea maintains national sovereignty

Korean publisher Hangul has rejected Microsoft's rescue plan. This included a requirement that Hangul gave up its 80 percent word processor market share and withdraw from the market, opening the way for Microsoft Word to take over. Instead local investors will back the company. Microsoft seems to have reacted with classic FUD: "Korean companies are not professional or business-oriented enough, but you should continue investing there if you understand they think differently".
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Korea maintains national sovereignty

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