KITA unveils an SOS system for troubled tradersHan Duck-soo, chairman of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), said yesterday that it has introduced a new trade SOS system during a press conference commemorating its 66th anniversary.
“The trade association is stepping up its efforts to overcome on-site trade difficulties and break bottlenecks through a full range of support systems to help innovate trade organizations and businesses,” said the chairman during an inaugural speech.
The system is a service through which any trading company can report bottleneck problems in the field of trade, finance, taxation, employment or the environment.
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