International Trade Administration - Country Commercial Guides
Useful for: Political and Economic Profile, Legal and Regulatory Profile
The International Trade Administration is a United States federal government agency under the U.S. Department of Commerce. It supplies information to help American companies select markets and products, ensure access to international markets, and safeguard them from unfair business practices. Country Commercial Guides are produced by trade experts at U.S. embassies and consulates and include information on economic conditions, leading sectors, selling techniques, customs, regulations, standards, business travel, and more.
On the Country Commercial Guides page scroll down to the map and use the appropriate pull-down menu to choose your selected country (Note that the Republic of Korea is listed under South Korea) to access that country's Commercial Guide. Then use the left navigation menu to access the sections of the guide. Some sections may link out to information from other Federal Government websites.