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President entices scientists and engineers (photo)
AFAR
12/13/2002



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In an attempt to further science and engineering students' interest in building the South Korean economy, President Kim Dae-jung spoke to 180 students and faculty at a special luncheon given by Cheong Wa Dae. He called for more enticing incentives and exemption from military service, as well as increased globalization for domestic and international students and faculty. President Kim spoke about the need to produce and sell top rated products, in order to stay competitive with China, a country that has boosted its economy by its intense labor.



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