South Korean training on culture, best practices and cooperation is in progress
The second phase of a series of courses foresees training in best practice projects applicable to the region.
Tegucigalpa, August 12, 2020.- More than 160 collaborators of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABIE), participated in the second virtual course of the program “Culture, Best Practices and International Cooperation of the Republic of South Korea”, as part of the professionalization and awareness on strategic topics.
The course, which was led by the Financial Division, was titled “The History of Economic Development of the Republic of South Korea” aimed at learning about the Asian country’s perspective for the comprehensive and inclusive economic development. It included three complementary videos, each featuring different axes and situations of the Korean historical life.
The module presented aspects of South Korea's rapid economic growth, and on the other hand, the training addressed the issue of the country's transformation to help develop strategies in order to address current regional challenges.
It should be noted that this initiative is driven by the entity for strengthening topics that propose a new way of thinking on current practices in order to transform institutional reflection. The conference cycle will continue virtually next week.