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Hanwha uses sport to get global recognition
Hanwha Group is stepping up its sports marketing overseas to increase the conglomerate’s brand image and business opportunities.
KOGAS active on shared growth
As the Lee Myung-bak administration is pushing ahead with efforts to achieve “shared growth” between big conglomerates and small- and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) as a top policy agenda, Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS), the nation’s public natural gas company, is taking the lead in the co-prosperity initiative.
Ssangyong EandC to build presidential guest house in Equatorial Guinea
Ssangyong Engineering & Construction has signed a contract to build a presidential guest house in Equatorial Guinea, the company announced. The contract is valued at 91 billion won ($77 million).
Does Lotte spell trouble?
Lotte is well-known for its No. 1 position in the domestic distribution and duty free industries as the country’s retail giant has boasted the largest market share in the two segments.
Lauren jilted
American luxury clothing company Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation has been engaged in a war of nerves with major department stores in Korea over shop locations.
Food giant CJ hopes to hit gold trail with animal feed
CJ CheilJedang, Korea’s largest food manufacturer, opened a state-of-the-art research farm on feed for livestock Tuesday, the first of its kind in the country, in bids to improve the quality of fodder and expand its market share in the global feed market.
Schumacher accidental model for SK?
When seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher was forced to retired from the Korean Grand Prix Oct. 16 after his Russian rival Vitaly Petrove drove into him, all fans of the German car racer sighed, and so did the fans of Petrov.
14,000 windows on 63 Building up for change
The 63 Building in Yeouido, Seoul, is to be renovated over the next five years as part of efforts to maintain its reputation as a landmark skyscraper in the face of up-to-date buildings in the capital area.
Oversupply drives down pork prices
Pork prices have nosedived over the past four months due to market oversupply and falling demand in the wake of the ongoing economic slowdown, a local research organization said Sunday.
Airbus uses A380 to undo Boeing’s dominance
With demand for air travel in Asia soaring, U.S and European aircraft giants ― Boeing and Airbus ― are stepping up their marketing in the region. Korea, in particular, is a key battlefield for both companies since the nation’s air transportation market is forecast to see robust growth over the next few decades.
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