Lee Myung-bak — South Korean Statesman born on December 19, 1941,

Lee Myung-bak was the 10th President of South Korea from 25 February 2008, to 25 February 2013. Before his election as president, he was the CEO of Hyundai Engineering and Construction, as well as the mayor of Seoul from 1 July 2002, to 30 June 2006. He is married to Kim Yoon-ok and has three daughters and one son. His older brother, Lee Sang-deuk, is a South Korean politician. He attends the Somang Presbyterian Church. Lee is a graduate of Korea University and received an honorary degree from Paris Diderot University on 13 May 2011... (wikipedia)

Well when I was young, actually not just me, but we were all poor. Korea used to be one of the poorest countries in the world. Despite such circumstances, I was very, very fortunate to be blessed with having parents who always instilled in a spirit of can-do spirit.
I plan to eliminate the equity cap in investment, and I also plan large-scale deregulation to meet global standards.
Korea is an open society and we will make sure that there is no restriction on foreign investment in Korea.
From the Chinese perspective, Korea ranks about third or fourth in terms of trading volume and about third in terms of investment.
I plan to eliminate regulations that hinder domestic companies, particularly large conglomerates from investing in other companies.