South Korea opens 'mini capital'

South Korea opens 'mini capital'

Seoul : South Korea | Jul 02, 2012 at 2:53 AM PDT
Source: BBC South Asia
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Sejong City, 120km (75 miles) from Seoul, was to become the new capital, but a high court ruled this to be illegal. Moving some government offices there is a way of spreading economic benefits and easing congestion, proponents say. But critics argue that the move will only result in inefficiency. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC South Asia
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