Compliance Support Infrastructure and Services > Korea (Republic of)

Erbil Quality Testing Center Modernization Project – Iraq

Over a two-year period (2006-07), Korea provided a total of US$ 3 million to support the quality-testing centre in Iraq. The project’s goal was to assist in making possible the quality testing of industrial products. Korea provided: (i) quality-testing equipment; and (ii) a modern quality testing system and the transfer of related technology through KOICA. It also contributed an additional budget of US$ 3 million to launch a a second project in quality management to assist Iraq’s industrial development through the provision of standard quality-testing equipment and training.

Project for Developing Safety Control System for Mongolian Animal Products—Mongolia

Korea carried out a three-year project through KOICA, from 2008 to 2010, in Mongolia, with the objectives to develop a food safety control system for animal derived raw materials and food products. With a budget of US$ 1.65 million, Korea designed a product safety surveillance system for Mongolia, provided necessary facilities and dispatched experts to set up the system, and invited officials of Mongolia for training in Korea.

For more information: http://www.oecd.org/countries/mongolia/mongolia.pdf

Other projects in this category include :

The Establishment of Immigration Information System Project – Dominican Republic