Seoul government’s LED lighting roadmap shows considerable potential in Korea market

Seoul, South Korea’s capital, recently announced a plan to boost the LED lighting in public and private sectors. According to this plan, LED lamps will be used throughout public sector areas by 2018, including municipal offices, subway stations, streets, and other public areas. Seoul's municipal gov...

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