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Thu, February 22, 2024 | 07:08
Foreign carmakers enjoy record sales
Foreign automakers posted record monthly sales here in March, according to compiled data released Friday.
Hyundai to sell fuel cell cars to Europe
Hyundai Motor has taken a major step forward in the commercialization of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) following its recent nomination to sell 75 hydrogen-powered vehicles across Europe, the automaker said Friday.
How to win customers' hearts
Kang Soon-i built her career as a sales agent at Kyobo Life Insurance over the past 30 years. Since joining the insurance firm in 1983, she has sold more than 17 billion won in life insurance to more than 2,000 customers.
State banks won't require TOEFL scores
State-owned financial corporations will no longer require foreign language test scores and other certificates when recruiting new employees, according to the nation’s financial authorities, Thursday.
NK factor may hit Seoul's rating: S&P
There is a growing chance rising inter-Korea tension will develop into a military confrontation, hurting South Korea’s sovereign rating, according to global credit ratings agencies, Wednesday.
New rules handicap small insurers
New regulations on telemarketing will threaten the survival of many small and medium-sized insurance firms, such as Tongyang Life, Dongbu Insurance, Shinhan Life, Axa Insurance, Lina and AIA.
SK chief gets biggest paycheck
SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won received the biggest paycheck last year among listed firms’ CEOs and executives, earning 30.1 billion won from the group’s four affiliates, according to the firms’ business reports filings, Monday.
Sonata evolves over 30 years
Hyundai Motor has recently launched the seventh generation of the Sonata family sedan, the longest surviving model in the Korean automobile industry.
Volvo V40 redefines premium hatchback
There are several choices of imported hatchbacks here such as BMW’s 120d and Mercedes-Benz A-Class, although Volkswagen Golf has enjoyed a dominant position in the market.
Banks banned from unsolicited calls
Financial firms, including banks, are banned from making unsolicited calls to customers for sales of financial products from tomorrow, the financial regulator announced Sunday.