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Dates changed for Korean Summit.

The World Information and Communication Technology Summit, scheduled to be held June 9-11 in Seoul, South Korea, has been moved to May 18 and will be held in conjunction with the Seoul Digital Forum, May 19 and 20.

The Ministry of Information and Communication requested the shift in dates to reduce time and travel commitments for American and Western CEOs who are contemplating attending.

MIC Minister Daeje Chin will address the May 18 gathering and meet attendees. Issues to be discussed include:

* The Future of the Information and Communication Technology Industry and Opportunities in Korea

* Outsourcing: An Asian Trend

* 3G and the Future of Mobile Telephony

* Systems on Chips

* Digital Media Broadcasting

* Software Strategies: Proprietary vs. Open Source

Contact Francesca Ross, 212-613-8547

Francesca.ross@firstprotocol.com
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