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Moon's chance to tame the chaebol

President can act even though South Korea's parliament is divided

| South Korea

South Korean President Moon Jae-in won election last May with a pledge to break the collusive relationship between the government and the chaebol, the country's family-controlled conglomerates. The stage was set for his victory with the impeachment of his predecessor, Park Geun-hye, as a result of what the general public saw as cozy ties taken too far.

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