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Korean investors attend Real Estate Construction Expo

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Close to 70 investors from Korea are on island. The investors attended a special Guam Real Estate Construction and Economic Expo late this afternoon at the Pacific Star Hotel. The Guam Pacific Danulim Company hosted the expo in order for the investors to meet with government agencies to learn more about possible development on island.

Managing director James Young Kim explains some of the ideas for development on Guam, saying, "Development from the hotel to leisure to water parks, to townhouse and condominiums and construction, too."

The participating government agencies included the Guam Visitors Bureau, the Guam Economic Development Authority, the Department of Land Management and the Governor's Office. The nearly six dozen investors will be touring the island on Saturday before leaving on Sunday.
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