Lease versus buy decision methodology for the Korean Army: a proposal
Kim, Il Joong
San Miguel, Joseph G.
Gates, William R.
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In 1984, the Korean Army began using the lease transaction to gain the services of a computer network for high level (division or higher) units. But, more and more leases are expected in the Korean Army for system acquisition. Purchasing a system has high initial costs, and the leasing of highly technical equipment is easier than buying as regards to maintenance.
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