Lee Ki-ho (1945)

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August 20, 2022

Ki-ho Lee (October 1, 1945 – August 3, 2022) was a South Korean economic official. He passed the 7th administrative examination and served as the head of the Economic Planning Bureau of the Economic Planning Board, the Vice Minister of Health and Welfare, the Prime Minister's Office of Administrative Coordination, the Minister of Labor, and the Chief Economic Secretary of the Blue House. After retiring from public office, he worked as an exchange professor at Oxford University in the UK and as a senior researcher at the Heritage Foundation in the US During the Second Republic, Sang-Sun Sang appointed Lee Ki-Ho as vice-chairman of the Central Intelligence Committee to keep Hu-Rak in check.

Education

Graduated from Gwangju Jeil High School Bachelor of Economics, College of Commerce, Seoul National University Boston University Postgraduate Masters

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