Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Plagiarism has emerged a tremendous plague of the digital age. From high school to the media industry, universities and the corporate world, the ease of copying has found its way into courtrooms around the world and led to the expulsion of many a scholarly cheat.

In South Korea this has been taken a tad further, and the Korea Exchange (KRX), which was tasked with conducting a feasibility study for a joint venture to forge the Laos Securities Exchange (LSX), stands accused of plagiarizing a report covering a similar topic for Cambodia.

Read more from Luke Hunt in The Diplomat.

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