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Subject: ebXML-RosettaNet Link in Korea


-----Original Message-----
From: LIM SANGWON [mailto:swlim@kiec.or.kr]
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 8:56 AM
To: carol.geyer@oasis-open.org
Subject: Re: [ebxml-mktg-sc] [Fwd: Fwd: Korean Govt to Set Up
ebXML-RosettaNet Link]


I compared the content of news article you sent (English) and the original article written in Korean language.  Basically, they are same.  So, what you read in the article is what was decided.
Korea Minstry of Commerce, Industry and Energy (MOCIE), KIEC and Rosettanet Korea recently had a joint meeting and discussed about the interoperability between ebXML and Rosettanet.
The target layer for linking is between ebMS and RNIF.  The mechanism for linking the two is the development of adapter.
They agreed to the necessity of developing the adapter.  But, they have not yet secured the resources (budget).
So, at this stage, they (MOCIE, KIEC, and Rosettanet Korea) reached to a consensus for the necessity to link ebXML and Rosettanet.  In the future, they have to set detail plans, secure resource (budget), and launch an appropriate project.

Regarding the meeting with the Korean Press, it is not confirmed yet.  I will confirm it to you by tomorrow.  Also, I will send you draft meeting program for OASIS-KIEC meeting on 2 June.
The editor who wrote the below news article will be present either in OASIS-KIEC meeting or in the interview to be arranged by ECIF on Tuesday noon.
I will write again tomorrow and provide more concrete information on the issues.
Best regards,

Sangwon Lim
Senior Researcher
Korea Institute for Electronic Commerce
Tel: 82-2-528-5020
Fax: 82-2-528-5719
email: swlim@kiec.or.kr 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <swlim@kiec.or.kr>; "임상원/kiec" <0xLHC0D3BBF3BFF8z/kiec>
To: <swlim@kiec.or.kr>
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2003 12:55 AM
Subject: FW: [ebxml-mktg-sc] [Fwd: Fwd: Korean Govt to Set Up ebXML-RosettaNet Link]

> Sangwon,
> Congratulations on the ebXML RosettaNet news.
> http://www.etienglish.com/news/detail_top.html?id=200305200009&art_grad=
> 9
> Do you have any further details on this? Can you help me understand at
> what level the Korean ministry wants ebXML and RosettaNet to be
> interoperable?
> I'm trying to draft a press release on ebXML support, and it would be
> great to have more details on this announcement. As you know, Patrick
> and I will be in Seoul on 2-3 June, and I'm sure we'll be asked about
> it.
> Best regards,
> Carol
> >==================================================================
> >
> >Govt to Set Up ebXML-RosettaNet Link
> >By Kim Joon-bae
> >Tuesday, May 20, 2003
> >
> >Two next-generation international e-commerce standards, 'ebXML' and
> >'RosettaNet,' will soon become interoperable, allowing the nation to
> >take a leading role in linking the two mainstay standards on the global
> >level. The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy said on May 18
> that
> >it would make concerted efforts with the Korea Institute for Electronic
> >Commerce, an organization leading ebXML development, and RosettaNet
> >Korea to develop an adapter used to link the two standards.
> >
> >The decision came after a meeting organized by RosettaNet Korea and
> >attended by MOCIE and KIEC, and the project will become a part of the
> >'RosettaNet-ebXML link plan' proposed by RosettaNet.
> >
> >Once the adapter is completed, firms in the electronics and electrics
> >industries using RosettaNet will be able to engage in e-commerce
> >activities with firms poised to adopt ebXML, which is in a final
> >development stage before commercial use.
> >
> >Given the fact that ebXML is a global e-commerce standard and
> RosettaNet
> >has established a foothold as an industry standard at home,
> >interoperability between the two standards will contribute
> significantly
> >to boosting the nation's role in link on the global level.
> >
> >"Since the link between the two standards must be in line with an
> >international agreement, we will aggressively seek to reflect our
> >position and link plan at e-commerce standard seminars and conferences
> >held at home and overseas," said an MOEIC official.
> >
> >The ministry's decision is expected to give sense of stability to firms
> >using RosettaNet by enabling interoperability with the fast-spreading
> >international standard ebXML.
> >
> >It will also likely serve as a catalyst for adoption of ebXML in the
> >electronics and electrics industries. The government has been providing
> >full support for adoption of ebXML even before a commercial launch,
> >citing its general-purpose use across a full variety of industries.
> >
> >The policy stance, however, caused a delay in adoption of RosettaNet in
> >the country while leading multinationals such as Intel and Sony moving
> >fast to introduce the standard. Facing the delay, in particular,
> >industry experts raised the concern that it could result in losses of
> >deals with foreign firms increasingly resorting to RosettaNet.
> >
> >"Interoperability will not lead to immediate effects since ebXML is
> >still in a development stage, but the decision carries significance in
> >that the government has begun to provide support for RosettaNet, which
> >is fast spreading into the electronics and electrics areas," said Prof.
> >Kim Sun-ho at Myungji University.
> >

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