Korean-Americans make up a small portion of the world’s population, but they’re in the majority of places they visit and live.
According to a survey by the Pew Research Center, the percentage of Korean-born adults living in countries with more than 10 million people has grown from less than 0.3 percent in 1960 to 1.9 percent in 2020.
But it’s the majority who have access to the internet, and in 2018, they also accounted for a disproportionate share of internet usage in China.
According to a Pew Research survey, the majority Korean-based company in the world is Samsung, which has about 6.2 percent of global smartphone sales and more than 2 percent of the global tablet market.
And the company has a significant presence in South Korea, which accounts for nearly 20 percent of its total smartphone sales.
It’s no wonder that Samsung has seen a rise in Chinese sales, which is one reason why the company is so keen to expand its global reach.
In the past, the company would have a monopoly on Korean-made smartphones, but it has been working to expand the Korean market in recent years.
For example, in May, Samsung announced the introduction of its first smartphone in China, the G6.
The smartphone will be available in both China and the United States.
In 2018, Samsung plans to open its first office in China and open its second office in Korea in 2019.
That could be the beginning of a massive push for the company’s global reach, and it could be even more ambitious.
to a report by the Korea Economic Institute of America, Samsung expects to be the world leader in mobile phone sales in 2020, surpassing Apple, which had a market share of about 2.3 percentage points.
The Korean-Chinese connectionIn a way, this is the story of Samsung.
As a Korean company, Samsung has been very much a part of the Korean community, and a major part of its success.
Since the country’s independence in 1945, the country has been a center of manufacturing, and Samsung has made a name for itself in both industries.
Samsung is a major player in mobile phones, and now it’s making a big push in the Chinese market.
Samsung is planning to open a factory in China to make phones for the Chinese smartphone market.
But the company hasn’t decided yet whether it will expand its manufacturing operations to other countries, and whether the company will continue to make its smartphones in the country.
If the company does decide to expand in China as planned, it will have to contend with local laws that prohibit making phones in other countries.
Samsung has also invested heavily in Korea.
It has invested in K-pop music in Korea and has invested heavily on social media.
In addition, the Korean-owned TV station and online video giant TVXQ is expanding in Korea, and will also be in the market for content.
According for the 2018 earnings call, Samsung also has an opportunity to gain even more market share in the Asian market, because of its presence in the region.
Samsung also owns the world-famous Samsung Galaxy brand, and is a leader in smartphone manufacturing.
The growing influence of the Chinese economyThe Korean economy is one of the fastest growing in the entire world.
China accounts for over half of the total global smartphone market and Samsung’s share of the market is growing.
And now the company also plans to expand into the Chinese-speaking market.
In 2020, Samsung hopes to increase its global market share by 10 percent.
But according to the latest estimates, the growth in China will be even bigger, as it accounts for about 14 percent of total smartphone market in 2020 and a whopping 47 percent in 2030.
In addition to that, China is also the country where Samsung plans on expanding its global presence.
According for the 2017 earnings call the company plans to introduce a smartphone in South Korean, and also in China in 2018.
The company has been spending a lot of money in South America and Asia, but according to Bloomberg News, it is also planning to expand overseas.
Bloomberg notes that the company intends to open two offices in Hong Kong and two offices each in Singapore and Taiwan in 2020 to support its expansion in Asia.
But is Samsung going too far?
The question is a tough one to answer, because it’s difficult to know if Samsung is really taking its global ambitions too far.
After all, Samsung isn’t the only company that is investing in Asia, and there are many companies in the smartphone industry that have plans to go global.
Accordingly, one thing is for sure: Samsung will continue its global expansion.