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з
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20,925
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59,288
1,001 - 1,500 Ϲݳ 15% 90,313
98,813
1,501 - 2,000 Ϲݳ 15% 126,438
138,338
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з
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15,750
501 - 1,000 Ϲݳ 15% 39,525
44,625
1,001 - 1,500 Ϲݳ 15% 65,875
74,375
1,501 - 2,000 Ϲݳ 15% 92,225
104,125
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Source: http://s-space.snu.ac.kr/handle/10371/143374

콺 ÷ֽø ȮϽ ֽϴ.

Ϲݱ Ϸẻ Public enterprises can fulfil their inherent purpose of serving for the publics good interest only when their commitment to public duties are is safeguarded. This necessitates can happen through the states democratic and efficient control and governance. Following is theWe summarizey of the discussions among German administrative legal scholars on this guaranteeing of the public nature of these enterprises. First, it is private entities that, in principle, engage in economic activities under the current market-based economic order. Therefore, activities of public enterprises, as a form of economic activities performed by the state and a manifestation thereof, are admissible only insofar as they are legitimised as essential duties of a state in light terms of public purposes and the principle of subsidiarity (assessment of admissibility). Second, public enterprises that obtained legitimacy in their establishment and operations through the admissibility test are given the missionrequired to dedicate themselves to essential public services (specifyingication of the missions of public enterprises). Third, the state, as a guarantor of essential public duties enshrined in the Constitution, must retain their steering (Steuerung) power over public enterprises to ensure democratic control over them (guaranteeing the of public legal control of the public). The majority of public enterprises in South Korea are dedicated to legally prescribed missions and tasks pursuant to their purposes specified under individual legislations ofn their establishment. The Act on the Management of Public Institutions and the Local Public Enterprises Act govern general matters related to public enterprises and allow for their integrated management of them. In this sense, the German legal discourse on public enterprises have has important implications for South Koreas reality:, i.e., that a clear definition of the essential domains of economic services that should be delivered by the state to address the limitations s to privatisation, along with an effective control and governance ofn public enterprises, should outweigh considerations on the admissibility of their establishment or legitimacy of their presence. Control on public enterprises as a means to ensure their commitment to public duties are is broadly categorised into as administrative and judicial control. South Koreas evaluation scheme onof the management of public agencies, pursuant to the Act on the Management of Public Institutions, are is perceived as a powerful tool to maintain administrative control over public enterprises.

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