Interpretation of the Government SME Support Policy Changes in South Korean and the Revelation to China

Dianhua WANG, Douxuan HUANG


Since the 1950s, South Korean small and medium enterprises has grown rapidly, the Korean economy status has improved. This is mainly due to the Korean government’s growing recognition of the importance of SMEs for a half a century. The government passed legislation to establish a series of guidelines which is designed to promote SME development policy. Due to financial crisis, the Korean government adjusted policies to foster SMEs, the Korean government’s policy adjustments based on the lessons of the financial crisis and their own national conditions as a starting point. This paper analyzes the interpretation of the South Korean government SME support policy changes, revealing the South Korean government support policies for SMEs to adjust to China’s revelation.

Key words: South Korea; SMEs; Support policies; Risk financing.

Résumé: Depuis les années 1950, le développement des PME très rapidement le statut hausse dans l’économie coréenne. Ceci est principalement dû à un demi-siècle, le gouvernement sud-coréen sur la compréhension de l’importance des PME est de plus en plus complets et l’approfondissement de la législation du gouvernement, il établit les principes et les politiques visant à promouvoir le développement des entreprises petites et moyennes entreprises, le développement des PME en Corée pouvoir. Après la crise financière, le gouvernement coréen pour ajuster les politiques de soutien pour les PME, l’ajustement des politiques du gouvernement coréen est basé sur les leçons de la crise financière et les conditions nationales comme point de départ. Cet article analyse l’interprétation des ajustements des PME sud-coréennes d’appui aux politiques gouvernementales, et révèle la révélation des ajustements des PME sud-coréennes d’appui aux politiques gouvernementales.

Mots clés: La Corée du sud; les PME; Les politiques de soutien; Le financement des risques.


South Korea; SMEs; Support policies; Risk financing



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