Business Hub of Northeast Asia
- Why KOREA
- Business Hub of Northeast Asia
The Center of East Asia, Logistics Hub Korea
Located between China and Japan, it is the center of aviation and maritime logistics connecting the Asia-Pacific region as well as Eurasia and the Americas.
Furthermore, it has the potential to establish a land-based route penetrating the Eurasian continent.
Incheon International Airport
- International Air Cargo Transport (2019) 3th
- Total Air Cargo Volume (2019) 5th
- Transshipment Ratio (2019) 2th
- Cargo Volume (2019) 4th
※ Source: Airports Council international (ACI, 2021), Busan Port Authority (2021), Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (2021), UNCTAD
Export Powerhouse Led by the Manufacturing Industry
The Center of East Asia and Global Trade Hub, Korea
With its geographical advantage, Korea is a gateway to the global markets that links most of the largest economies.
|In Effect (17 FTAs)||Chile, Singapore, EFTA, ASEAN, India, EU, Peru, US, Turkey, Australia, Canada, China, New Zealand, Vietnam, Columbia, 5 countries in Central America, UK|
|Signed / Concluded||RCEP, Indonesia, Israel, Cambodia|
|Under Negotiation||Korea-China-Japan, MERCOSUR, Philippines, Russia, Malaysia, Korea-Ecuador SECA, Uzbekistan STEP|
|Resumed / On the Agenda / Under Reviews||PA, EAEU|