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Caffe Bene advances into Thailand, Laos
Caffe Bene, a local coffee chain, has unveiled a plan to enter Thailand and Laos by signing master franchise agreements with Thailand’s largest media company JKN Global Media Group, the company said Sunday.
TS Korea begins customized maid service for expats
A service offering English-speaking housemaids for expatriates has been available in Seoul since the beginning of the year.
Taxation on clergy delayed by one year to 2016
The government has decided to put a controversial plan to tax the clergy on hold for a year, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance said Thursday.
Six killed in fishing boat sinking
A fishing boat capsized in waters off Dadae Port in Geoje, South Gyeongsang Province, Tuesday, leaving six dead and five injured, the Coast Guard said.
Seoul rejects ILO's call for gov't union
The government will not accept the International Labor Office’s (ILO) petition to approve the establishment of a labor union for government employees, Employment and Labor Minister Phang Ha-nam said.
'Utility fees should go up'
This summer, civil servants are sweating in offices because they are obliged to maintain a “mandatory” temperature of 28 degrees Celsius or higher in their workplaces.
Incheon invites NK to Asiad
Incheon Mayor Song Young-gil is confident of North Korea’s participation in the Asian Games to be held in the western port city next year.
Mayor aims to make Seoul charming
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon has pledged to make Seoul a truly international city that appeals to foreign investors and tourists.
Korean student molested on bus in India: report
A 20-year-old South Korean student was molested on a bus in India, Monday, Indian media outlets have reported.
Huh apologizes for plagiarism
Huh Tae-yeol, President-elect Park Geun-hye’s appointed chief of staff, apologized Wednesday for plagiarizing his doctoral thesis.
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