* Date : 2019-08-07
he European Chamber of Commerce in Korea, also known as ECCK, supports European businesses operating in or related to Korea by providing its members with information, communication and access pertaining to the business and regulatory environment. It holds 350 active member companies representing 50,000 employees with sales reaching 71 trillion Korean won (approx. US$60 billion). Also, it publishes its White Paper every year to report the actual situation of Korea’s regulations with key industry issues and suggestions raised by the European business community, ultimately to improve Korea’s business climate.
This week on "The Chamber," we sit down with ECCK Chairman Dimitris Psillakis to talk about the significance of the Korean market for European companies, the Korean business environment today, and positive changes that are being made by the ECCK.