SK Group plans to set up a regional head office in Southeast Asia to bolster business there, the company said Thursday.
While details regarding the regional office are yet to be finalized, it is most likely to be in Malaysia, according to a source knowledgeable of the matter. The regional office will operate independently using its own resources and capabilities and oversee SK businesses in Southeast Asia.
As Southeast Asian countries increasingly become an attractive market for Korean companies, SK Chairman Chey Tae-won has been looking for collaborative business opportunities there.
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