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NK leader's wife makes first public appearance in 50 days
Ri Sol-ju, the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, attended a concert with her husband this week, the country's state media said Tuesday, the first time she has appeared in public in more than 50 days.
Gyeonggi Province forges education deal with US state
The Korean province of Gyeonggi signed an agreement Monday with the U.S. state of Georgia on promoting cooperation in the education sector.
Regulator OKs Lotte's purchase of stake in Himart
Korea's antitrust watchdog said Monday that it has approved Lotte Shopping Co.'s move to buy a stake in electronics appliance retailer Himart Co., saying that it does not undermine competition in related industries.
Fitch cuts China's growth estimate
HONG KONG (Yonhap) -- Fitch Ratings said Friday it has lowered its forecast on China's economic growth this year due to ongoing global economic uncertainties.
KT wins lawsuit over tax levied on mobile phone subsidies
A Seoul court has ruled that handset subsidies offered by a mobile phone operator are not subject to tax, officials said Wednesday.
LG, Pantech set to release new LTE devices in US
Korean handset makers LG Electronics Inc. and Pantech Corp. said Wednesday they plan to introduce new smartphones that operate on the fourth-generation long-term evolution (LTE) network in the U.S. market within this month.
S. Korea beats N. Korea in team table tennis
South Korea beat North Korea 3-1 in the opening round of the men's table tennis team event Saturday at the London Olympics.
Kim Jae-bum wins gold in men's under-81kg judo
Judoka Kim Jae-bum captured gold in the men's under-81-kilogram category at the London Olympics Tuesday.
China's economy unlikely to make hard landing in second half: report
The Chinese economy is not expected to make a hard landing in the second half of the year thanks to improvements in consumer spending, investment and exports, a report said Sunday.
Short-term funds shoot up on eurozone woes
Korea's short-term funds shot up this year as increased economic uncertainty prompted more people to manage money on a short-term basis, data showed Tuesday.
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