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LG affiliates see turnaround in Q1
LG Group, the nation's third-largest conglomerate, posted the best results in the first quarter among Korea’s top three chaebol - the others being Samsung and Hyundai Motor - as most of its affiliates showed a turnaround in balance sheets.
World's first 'curved' OLED TV unveiled
LG Electronics introduced curved organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TVs for the first time in the world Monday, beating out its rival Samsung Electronics.
Pernod Ricard boosts marketing for Imperial
Pernod Ricard Korea said Sunday that the local marketing effort for its whiskey brand Imperial is yielding positive reaction from consumers.
Seoul plans to ease investment rules
The government plans to alleviate regulations for corporate activities in Seoul and the surrounding areas to increase investments from private sectors, according to officials of Chong Wa Dae and Ministry of Strategic Finance Sunday.
Galaxy S4 receives rave reviews
Samsung Electronics’ latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4 that went on sale Friday here, has received solid reviews from American and British IT media.
NTS vows to go after overseas hidden assets
Kim Duk-joong, commissioner of the National Tax Service (NTS), said Thursday that a crackdown on overseas hidden assets and offshore tax evasion will be intensified.
Hyundai E&C diversifies portfolio
Hyundai Engineering & Construction (Hyundai E&C), the nation’s largest construction firm, has successfully diversified its business portfolio to maintain steady growth in the ever-uncertain global market.
NHN, LG Uplus team up for game distribution
NHN, the company that manages the country’s dominant portal Naver, said Wednesday it will distribute games through mobile carrier LG Uplus’ cloud games service.
More audit waivers for compliant foreign firms
The National Tax Service (NTS) said Tuesday it will give certain tax audit waivers to more foreign businesses and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
NTS promises predictability in tax rulings
The National Tax Service (NTS) Tuesday promised more predictability in rulings on foreign businesses to help them better lay out their future plans.
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