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Thu, March 23, 2023 | 17:24
Kolmar Pharma to launch first CBD business in Korea
Kolmar Pharma, a contract manufacturing organization (CMO) under Kolmar Korea Holdings, said it will start supplying cannabidiol (CBD), an active ingredient in cannabis, to cosmetic manufacturing companies in Korea, joining hands with The Greenery, the only company that imports cannabis oil. This is the first CBD business to be launched here after the government permitted can...
| 2020-02-03 18:14
[INTERVIEW] Jababeka chairman emphasizes wisdom before business
Setyono Djuandi Darmono is the founder and chairman of Jababeka Group, which has more than 1,500 companies operating in its industrial estate.
| 2020-02-03 17:13
Customer complaints rise over rocketed mask price
As fears over the Wuhan coronavirus are rising here, more people are trying to prevent infection through the use of various disinfectants and masks. With the drastic rise in demand, masks are even out of stock in some shops and markets.
| 2020-01-30 17:45
368 Korean evacuees from Wuhan sent to two state-run facilities
Korea reports 1st human-to-human transmission of coronavirus
'Desperate time calls for desperate measures'
Customers accuse Hoegaarden over rusty cans
Customers have raised complaints after discovering that rusty cans of Hoegaarden beer are being sold here. The cans in question were imported from Belgium through Oriental Breweries.
| 2020-01-28 17:13
Japanese beer imports nearly halved amid boycott
The import of Japanese beer to Korea nearly halved in 2019 in the aftermath of Koreans' boycott of Japanese goods triggered by a trade feud between the two countries, data showed Thursday. This marks the first beer import market decrease in ten years.
| 2020-01-23 16:48
Pharmaceutical industry expands to cosmetics, retail with new retro trend
The pharmaceutical industry in Korea is considered relatively conservative compared to other industries, however with the “new retro” trend sweeping the nation, pharmaceutical companies are adapting classic products to provide a range of interesting new creations.
| 2020-01-23 15:07
GS E&C takes over prefab companies, aiming for Europe, U.S.
GS Engineering & Construction is aggressively targeting the global construction market by acquiring three prefabrication companies in the U.S. and in Europe.
| 2020-01-22 15:23
Korea Gas Corporation provides clean, safe natural gas for 36 years
Since the year 2000, when there were only 58 natural gas buses in the country, the number has increased to 27,422 as of November 2018.
| 2020-01-20 17:17
Ginseng cosmetic brand Donginbi covers skin wrinkles, tension
At this time of year when the skin gets dry with the cold air, consumers are taking greater interest in more practical cosmetic products that target the different needs of various age groups.
| 2020-01-20 17:17
Ratio of semiconductors to exports dips to 17%
The portion of semiconductors to the nation's exports fell below 20 percent last year due to a sluggish chip industry amid a global slowdown, while that of car shipments went up.
| 2020-01-19 17:05
Consumers choose to travel abroad over purchasing luxury goods
Korean firms balk at donating to fund compensating victims of Japan's forced labor
Sexual assaults by Korean diplomats continue despite zero-tolerance policy
World water day
Main opposition leader indicted, faces calls to resign
Outback Steakhouse sees sales soar as it opens stores in large shopping malls
Samsung, SK avoid worst-case scenario as US 'guardrails' are less stringent than feared
Korean pension fund hit by overseas banking crisis
Campaign launched to promote equal treatment for multicultural families
[INTERVIEW] Retired FSC chief finds inspiration exploring Koreans' ancestral roots
World water day
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