What do the economic, politics of Japan and South Korea have in common?

At first, Japan managed to make a breakthrough in the production of the most modern products, including cars, computers, televisions, and household appliances. Japan has correctly relied on new technologies and education, training of its own personnel. They managed to interest their employees in social benefits, various benefits, etc. There was no turnover at the enterprises, the employees of the companies had a decent standard of living.
Then, based on the experience of Japan, South Korea decided to become one of the competing countries. Strong corporations were created, and a lot was done to raise the level of education of the population. At first, Korean corporations carried out transnational orders, then they began to produce their own products and successfully export them.

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