Posted by Geunjin Kim / Jul 24, 2015

MERS Crisis in South Korea: The Market Research Industry Adapts

Turbulent Times

In the midst of global economic turbulence—due to the currency devaluation in Japan, export trade depression in China, and the Greece debt crisis among other things—the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has struck a hard blow to an already sluggish Korean economy. The disease, which first appeared in the country in May, has infected 185 people, mostly elders, and left 36 dead to date, with more in quarantine.

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