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Nuclear plant safety fears renewed
With summer just months away, concerns are rising over another possible power shortage due to a series of shutdowns of nuclear reactors that just passed safety inspections.
LG Uplus unveils unlimited call plan
LG Uplus, Korea’s smallest mobile carrier, Thursday announced new unlimited voice call price plans, belatedly joining rivals SK Telecom and KT, which already released theirs.
NTS issues ultimatum to hidden overseas account holders
The National Tax Service (NTS) issued an ultimatum to Koreans having secret offshore accounts, Thursday, saying those with over 1 billion won ($890,000) hidden overseas must report it immediately or face huge back taxes.
Samsung produces 10-nano 128 GB memory chips
Samsung Electronics, the world’s No.1 memory chip maker, said Thursday it has started mass-producing 128 gigabyte NAND flash chips using advanced 10-nanometer process.
Foreign beers vying for niche market
Korean beer makers are edging up their marketing efforts for foreign brands made here, such as Hoegaarden or Asahi, as more middle-class consumers with money to spare enjoy their leisure hours.
Foreign executives say 'business as usual'
Despite the tension between North and South Korea being at an all time high on news that the Stalinist state is preparing for a medium-range missile test, foreign businessmen here are not agitated but are doing business as usual.
Future ministry to build GPS attack detector
The Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning said Wednesday it plans to expand and operate a real-time system to trace the source of any possible GPS jamming attacks by North Korea aimed at frequencies used in local telecommunication and aviation.
Firms urged to be ready for India's new CSR law
The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) has called for local firms doing business in India to prepare for a new law there requiring them to commit to corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Samsung C&T falling behind
Samsung C&T, the construction and trading arm of Samsung Group, is experiencing a decline in its prestige among the Group’s affiliates due to rapid changes in the global business environment and steadily becoming a burden to the conglomerate.
LG CNS launching electric vehicle service
LG CNS, a IT service provider, launched an electric car rental service Tuesday that integrates its latest technology, called “City Car.”
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