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'Balanced life key to work efficiency'
Michael Baldinger, chief executive officer (CEO) of Switzerland-based global investment company RobecoSAM, said that maintaining a good balance between work and your personal life serves to enhance work efficiency.
Seoul considers lifting NK sanctions
Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl-jae said on Friday that the government is considering lifting its 2010 blanket sanctions on North Korea that virtually halted all inter-Korean exchanges except for the joint inter-Korean complex at Gaeseong.
Optimism brewing over six-party talks
Experts expressed cautious optimism Friday about the resumption of a multilateral meeting aimed at ending North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.
Saenuri Party wins two by-elections
The ruling Saenuri Party won by-elections Wednesday for two vacant parliamentary seats by a wide margin - Hwaseong-A District in Gyeonggi Province and Pohang-Ulleung District in North Gyeongsang Province.
Lawmakers visit Gaeseong complex
A group of bipartisan lawmakers Wednesday visited the inter-Korean industrial factory zone in North Korea’s border city of Gaeseong in support of a government push for “progressive” development of the complex.
Will President pull an Angela Merkel on Obama?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was upset to find out the U.S. bugged her mobile phone and President Barack Obama pretended not to know about it.
Korea set to kick off new rural development model
Seoul, in a bid to establish Saemaul Undong, or the New Community Movement, as an exemplary rural development project model, is to undertake a recipient-oriented development policy.
6 S. Korean 'defectors' arrive
North Korea handed over six South Korean “defectors” at the truce village of Panmunjeom, Friday.
NK diplomat defects to Seoul: sources
A North Korean diplomat working for a trade representative in Ethiopia defected to Seoul in August after seeking asylum at the South Korean embassy there, sources said, Friday.
NK to return 6 S. Korean defectors today
North Korea said Thursday that it will repatriate six South Korean defectors residing there, according to the Ministry of Unification.