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H&M makes quick expansion
Swedish fast fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) has only been operating in Seoul for barely four months, but the huge success of its first store in Noon Square, Myeong-dong, has prompted the company to expand quickly.
Organic food markets gaining popularity
Mary-Jane Liddicoat, an Australian mother of three children, has always been making a conscious effort to buy organic and natural food products.
Healthcare firms call for innovative policies
The healthcare and biopharmaceutical industries may have been designated as two of the new growth engines for the Korean economy, but there are still faces many challenges to overcome, such as a lack of international cooperation in R&D and incentives to attract foreign direct investment, according to industry experts.
SK to invest W17.5 tril. over next 10 years
SK Group, one of the country's largest conglomerates, will invest 17.5 trillion won ($14.32 billion) over the next decade, mostly in alternative energy and new technologies as it seeks to find new growth drivers.
Can Taco Bell thrive this time?
U.S. fast-food chain Taco Bell will start serving tacos, burritos, quesadillas and nachos when it opens its first store here in Itaewon this month.
Amores Sulwhasoo makes US debut
Korean cosmetics giant Amore Pacific's high-end skin care line Sulwhasoo finally made its American debut at the luxury department store Bergdorf Goodman in New York City, Tuesday.
[KoreaToday] Prudential seeks to become trusted insurer in Korea
Prudential of Korea (POK) is striving to become the most trusted insurance company. Other companies might want to become the largest or most profitable, but Prudential takes pride in becoming an honest and ethical company that is trusted by many.
[KoreaToday] BJFEX set to become Asia’s hub
The Busan-Jinhae Free Economic Zone (BJFEZ) is shaping up to become the international business and logistics hub of Northeast Asia and the world.
2 Samsung heiresses excel in their chosen field of business
For all his billions of dollars in wealth, Lee Kun-hee turned out to be just like any proud father at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Fair last January. The Samsung Electronics chairman was flanked by his wife, son and heir apparent Lee Jae-yong, but he chose to put the spotlight on his two daughters.
WHO to beef up efforts against cigarette epidemic
The World Health Organization (WHO) is continuing to intensify efforts against the global tobacco epidemic.
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