Top 10 conglomerates accounted for major industrial output during Q1-Q3/2011.

By bne IntelliNews February 7, 2012
South Korea's top 10 conglomerates accounted for most of the industrial output during the first three quarters of last year. As reported by Asia Pulse, the joint sales of big business groups, commonly called Chaebol, reached KRW 470.8trn, which is 52.27% of the KRW 900.8trn tallied for all listed companies during the period. The proportion of top chaebol output is the largest since 2007. Such an outcome has led to increased worries that such developments are likely to destabilize the overall balanced growth of the nation.

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