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Top court rules for cigarette maker
The Supreme Court upheld Thursday a high court ruling in favor of tobacco manufacturer KT&G against family members of smokers who died from “non-specific cancers.”
Stepdaughter's murder stirs outrage
Public rage is boiling over against a woman who allegedly beat her 8-year-old stepdaughter to death with more than 250 petitions demanding hash punishment submitted to the Daegu District Court in the last six months.
Asiana to launch budget airline
Asiana Airlines plans to set up a Seoul-based budget carrier, a company manager said Tuesday.
Foreign law firms take big bite of M&A market
Multinational law firms are rapidly catching up with the dominant player Kim & Chang in the local merger and acquisition (M&A) legal advisory market, Bloomberg’s quarterly review showed Monday.
Court rules in favor of Missha against P&G
Mass market cosmetics brand Missha won a lawsuit brought by Procter & Gamble (P&G) over a claim brought by the latter that the local cosmetics manufacturer ran unfair commercials damaging to its reputation.
Regulator vouches for MSG safety
The government is pushing a campaign to convince the public that products containing monosodium glutamate (MSG) are safe to eat amid distrust of the flavor enhancer among housewives.
Korean-Canadian will be deported for draft dodging
A 36-year-old man who skipped compulsory military service and obtained Canadian citizenship faces deportation after a court found him guilty of violating the Military Service Law.
Can NIS chief stand heat?
Nam Jae-joon, chief of the National Intelligence Service (NIS), is facing growing pressure to quit after the prosecution’s investigation revealed some of its agents worked together and spent millions of won to fabricate evidence in an espionage case.
Probe of NIS likely to fizzle out
Prosecutors’ investigation into the National Intelligence Service’s (NIS) alleged fabrication of evidence in an espionage trial is likely to end without reaching the upper levels of the spy agency’s hierarchy.
Asiana, Boeing blame each other
Asiana Airlines and Boeing blamed each other for July’s fatal airplane crash at San Francisco International Airport in reports they submitted to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
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