SOUTH KOREA/UK: Tesco - delivering the goods in Korea - COMMENT (Members)
Tesco plans to launch its online grocery delivery service in South Korea. South Korea has one of the highest penetrations of broadband Internet access, influencing the choice of location for Tesco's latest move. But despite the South Koreans' predisposition towards technology, Tesco may not do quite as well as in the UK. It will have to invest heavily in establishing its brand to attract a sufficient number of customers.
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