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Korea-EU FTA to serve as growth engine
Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik hailed the strong ties between Korean and European businesses, and sees more growth opportunities with the implementation of the Korea-EU free trade agreement (FTA) by midway through next year.
Mobile vendors reluctant to cater to foreigners
With everyone going crazy for smartphones, it is only natural to want to have the latest iPhone, Galaxy S or Blackberry models.
What more can be learned from hotels.com success?
The Korean-language website (kr.hotels.com) opened in November 2008 with little fanfare. Two years later, it seems that many Korean travelers are now discovering the convenience and benefits of booking through Hotels.com.
Korea, US agree on delay on car tariffs
Korea and the United States have finally reached an agreement on thorny automobile and agriculture issues, paving the way for the ratification of the long-delayed Korea U.S. free trade agreement (KORUS FTA).
GM Daewoo pays back W1.2 tri. loan to KDB
GM Daewoo Auto & Technology on Wednesday announced it will repay its 1.126 trillion won loan from the Korea Development Bank, ending its row with the creditor over the issue of extending the loan’s maturity.
Women should lead fight against climate change, Weaver says
Hollywood actress and environmentalist Sigourney Weaver said women should lead the efforts to fight climate change and protect the environment.
Influential women leaders inspire next generation
Prominent women leaders may have come from different backgrounds and countries, but their success stories of breaking the glass ceiling are serving to inspire a new generation of young women leaders.
Rice backs Obamas 2-pronged approach on North Korea
Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice expressed support Tuesday for the Obama administration’s two-pronged approach to North Korea — combining a show of military strength and diplomatic efforts.
Global economy remains fragile
The recovery of the global economy remains uneven and very fragile, according to noted American economist Laura Tyson.
Women should have hard head, soft heart
Asia must lead the way in encouraging more female leaders for the future, said Jenny Shipley, former prime minister of New Zealand, at the opening of the 2010 Global Women’s Leadership Conference, Monday.
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