September 25, 2009

Goldman Sachs Study Sees Economic Gains in Korean Unification

An argument for Korean reunification, that economic gains can be achieved, comes from an unexpected source: the Goldman Sachs Group -- the famous and influential investment banking service group. Skeptics say that the cost of Korean reunification will be prohibitively high, but this study suggests that "a united South and North Korea could boast an economy larger than France, Germany and possibly Japan by the middle of the century."

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