MOCIEMinistry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (South Korea)
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MOCIE, Directory of Foreign Investment Companies, Seoul, Korea: MOCIE (in Korean) 2002.
These firm-level FDI data that are obtained from the MOCIE, Korea, cover all the FDI cases from the United States to Korea during the sample period.
La primera reunion del Comite Nacional de Energia produjo el informe Vision de la Energia 2030, que plantea la meta de <<autoabastecimiento energetico>>, o dependencia de energia explotada con capitales nacionales, en 18% de la demanda local en el ano 2013, y en 35% en 2030, a contar del 4.1% en 2005 (IHT, 2006; MOCIE, 2006d).
Because the MOCIE subsidy requires that power from renewable sources first be exported to the utility grid, rather than consumed on-site, the law is expected to favor the installation of multi-megawatt power stations rather than smaller, privately-owned plants.
According to the MOCIE, 450 active biotechnology firms have formed in Korea.
In 2001, MOCIE announced plans to split its gas import/wholesale units of KOGAS into three affiliated companies.
According to the paper, in preparation for local hybrid production, MOCIE also plans to establish national fuel efficiency standards by the end of 2005.
Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (MOCIE), Foreign Investment, Seoul: MOCIE Press 2000.
The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (MOCIE) announced on February 27 that local companies looking to invest overseas will be able to receive comprehensive support, as the government seeks to expand Korea's business presence abroad as well as to better utilize the country's liquidity.
The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (MOCIE) and the Ministry of Construction and Transportation (MOCT) each has a fund of 2.7 billion won and 2.0 billion won for feasibility study, with the open possibility of increasing the budget after due review.
Strategic industrialization MOCIE (1), January 2007 of the "Korean style" MAF (2), MCT (3) 2.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into Korea exceeded outbound Overseas Direct Investment (ODI) for the past four years, according to the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (MOCIE).