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Candlelight revolution mandates rebuilding of nation
Why have so many ordinary people poured out onto the cold streets every Saturday over the last seven weeks? Why are they so angry about President Park Geun-hye they themselves elected?
Another N. Korea provocation possible: Vandal
North Korea may carry out a military provocation in the next 30 to 60 days to see how the new U.S. administration will react, according to Lieutenant General Thomas S. Vandal, the commander of the Eighth U.S. Army.
Elliott calls Samsung Electronics' restructuring plan 'constructive'
U.S. hedge fund Elliott Management said Wednesday that Samsung Electronics’ decision to consider creating a holding company and boost dividend payouts was a constructive initial step.
People Power: 1987 vs 2016
It was deja vu. I was among hundreds of thousands of people who marched from Yonsei University to Gwanghwamun on July 9, 1987, for the national funeral of Lee Han-yeol, a collegian who was killed after being shot by a tear gas grenade during a protest against the then military regime.
President supports quantitative easing
President Park Geun-hye said the country needs further monetary easing to boost the economy, fueling the controversy over the Korean version of quantitative easing.
[Breaking] KB picked as preferred bidder for Hyundai Securities
KF Financial Group was Thursday picked as a preferred bidder for Hyundai Securities, beating Korea Investment Securities, officials said.
Prof. Park to win Outstanding Volunteer Award from EWCA
Prof. Park Myung-seok, a professor emeritus at Dankook University, is the winner of the 2016 Outstanding Volunteer Award from the East-West Center Association (WCA), the association announced in a statement.
Jobless rate for young people rises to 11.1%
The unemployment rate for young people, aged 15 to 29, jumped to 11.1 percent in February from 9.2 percent a month earlier, the Statistics Korea said Wednesday.
Banks start to offer low-rate housing loans on March 24
Local lenders will start providing some 20 trillion won ($18.2 billion) worth of long-term fixed-rate loans next month to households at relatively lower rates of 2.8-2.9 percent, the Financial Services Commission (FSC) said Wednesday.
Lotte ratings unaffected by KT Rental deal: Moody's
Moody's Investors Service says that Lotte Group's plans to acquire KT Rental (unrated) will not immediately impact Lotte Shopping's Baa2 ratings or stable outlook, but could pressure the ratings if its financial contribution to the transaction is material.
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