South Korean company explores business opportunities in Antigua and Barbuda

he SK Group, which is the second-largest company in South Korea, has expressed its interest in doing business in Antigua and Barbuda.

During a meeting with Foreign Affairs Minister E.P. Chet Greene, the chairman of the SK Supex Council, Cho Daesik, led a delegation from the Group to explore opportunities with both the government and the private sector.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne was unable to attend the meeting as he is currently out of state. Minister Greene welcomed the delegation and expressed his hope that this venture would strengthen the existing ties between Antigua and Barbuda and South Korea.


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