Frontiers in Management Research
The Effect of Korean Culture and Its Impact on International Business
- Mahadi Hasan Miraz*
School of Quantitative Sciences (SQS), Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malay
- Md. Mamun Habib
BRAC School of Business (BBS), BRAC University, Bangladesh
- Mohammad Ismail Majumder
Faculty of Business Administration, Khulna University, Bangladesh
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