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Does Korea have global talent?
Last month, the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry and 11 foreign chambers of commerce in Korea co-hosted the sixth-annual Global Career Forum.

Risks for Korean exports
Abenomics has been a headache for Korea. Since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resumed office in December 2012, the yen has depreciated 16 percent aga..

Chaos in housing market
The housing market that was in deep recession since the global financial crisis has recently begun to recover.

Greater respect for privacy deters leaks of personal information
The cause of recent massive personal information leakage involving card companies in Korea is not only in a poor risk management system. Korea needs..

Redefining Asian insurers' investment portfolios
As we begin 2014, there is no doubt that insurers globally are faced with a unique set of challenges, both old and new, that will drive them to re-e..

New normal in emerging markets
Market turbulence that started from Argentina, Turkey and Russia has subsided for a while but might flare up again all of sudden in the coming month..

Now is time to raise bar of sustainability across value chain
Is CSR something one is pushed to do, or does it create a business opportunity? That is an interesting subject raised at the International CSR ..

Growth outlook for eurozone too optimistic
International institutions and the consensus of forecasters expect a growth rate of close to 1 percent in the eurozone in 2014. Such an economic rec..

Asian housing markets in trouble
A large buildup of credit in recent years makes housing markets in Asia vulnerable to interest-rate shock.

Should BOK cut rates to boost growth?
Global central banks are set to keep interest rates exceptionally low for the foreseeable future.

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