Trade Minister Yoo calls for more active role of KOTRA’s offices overseas in supporting exporters hit by COVID-19 2020-03-19
Trade Minister Yoo Myung-hee (right) held a video conference with overseas trade offices of the state-run Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), at the KOTRA headquarters in Seoul, on March 18, to urge them to take an active role of tacking issues that Korean exporters face in the rise of COVID-19.
Trade Minister Yoo emphasized the need to strengthen resilience of the global supply chain. She said the government will continue to make all-out efforts to revitalize trade activities through monitoring business conditions of exporters and providing liquidity support to them, while ironing out the difficulties of exporters in such sectors as logistics, customs clearance, and marketing overseas.
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