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Korean businesses reap rewards
AFAR
2/8/2003

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Korean businesses are experiencing rising sales in the Middle East. Many say that regional consumers are looking toward Asian imports as a result of growing anti-American and anti-British sentiments and boycotts amid the mounting threat of war.

Korea’s KT&G, formerly known as Korea Tobacco and Ginseng Corporation, is looking to increase its cigarette exports to the Middle East and Central Asia by 40 percent this year.

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