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The art of selling to South Korea.

The Art of Selling to South Korea

"First, do not send cassettes," said Hearst's Tom Devlin, "it is possible that some South Koreans may take your tape and your flyers to their Ministry to register the title as their own."

Continued Devlin, "We also get 100 per cent up front; 20 per cent at the signing of the contract. If the remaining payment is not sent within six months, they will forfeit their down payment, and no master is sent."

All in all, "South Korea is like the Wild West" concluded Devlin.
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Title Annotation:The World
Publication:Video Age International
Date:Mar 1, 1991
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