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Seoul shares to seek upturn on eased trade woes next week
Seoul shares may undergo upward momentum next week, as eased concerns over global trade disputes and positive forecasts for corpor...
Kim Sua  |  2018-09-23 07:59
Reinsurers in S. Korea see H1 profits drop on losses from accidents
Reinsurance firms in South Korea saw their combined profit slip 13.8 percent on-year in the first half, hit by losses from acciden...
Lee Sam-sun  |  2018-09-18 10:17
Over 80 pct of South Koreans back renewable energy expansion: poll
More than eight in 10 South Koreans favor the increased use of renewable energy on the grounds that it is clean and inexhaustible,...
Kim Jung mi  |  2018-09-17 10:01
Stewardship code boosts value of NPS-invested firms: report
The corporate value of more than 6 out of 10 firms in which South Korea's state pension operator invests has risen since its i...
Lee Sam-sun  |  2018-09-14 09:27
Seoul shares to come under pressure from trade woes
South Korean stocks will move within a tight range as investors may remain skittish over the escalating trade tension between the ...
Kim Sua  |  2018-09-09 06:55
S. Korea's current account surplus hits yearly high in July
South Korea's current account surplus reached its yearly high in July on the back of solid growth in exports, central bank dat...
Cho Kyung-hee  |  2018-09-06 08:15
Seoul shares set to trade higher on improving U.S. economy
South Korean shares will likely trade higher next week as investors are expected to continue buying up relatively undervalued shar...
Kim Sua  |  2018-09-02 08:22
Selling coffee banned at schools from Sept. 14
Selling coffee will be completely banned at elementary, middle and high schools starting mid-September, the food ministry said Tue...
Kim Jung-mi  |  2018-08-28 10:11
S. Korea's consumer sentiment hits 17-month low in August
South Korea's consumer confidence plunged to a 17-month low in August due largely to a sluggish job market and inflation, cent...
Hillary Kang  |  2018-08-28 09:36
KOTRA to step up support for SMEs' export bid
South Korea's trade promotion agency said Sunday it will provide customized consulting services to beef up efforts to help sma...
Kim Jung-mi  |  2018-08-27 05:52
BOK expected to hold key rate unchanged for August: Moody's
The Bank of Korea (BOK) will likely maintain its policy rate at the current 1.5 percent next week as Asia's fourth-largest eco...
Hillary Kang  |  2018-08-26 08:06
S. Korea's trade terms slide at fastest clip in nearly 7 yrs
South Korea's terms of trade dropped at the fastest clip in nearly seven years last month as import prices rose sharply amid h...
Kim Chol-hoon  |  2018-08-24 17:39
Gov't to propose largest job-focused budget next year: finance minister
Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon said Thursday that the government will propose the largest job creation-centered budget next year t...
Kim Jung-mi  |  2018-08-23 10:42
Unemployment in 25-39 age group hits 19-year high in July
Unemployment numbers for the 25-39 age group, which normally represents new entrants to the job market, were at their highest in 1...
Kim Jung-mi  |  2018-08-22 09:47
Korea Post to switch more than 2,000 contract workers to permanent positions
Korea Post, the national postal service provider, will switch more than 2,000 contracted workers to permanent employees over four ...
Kim Sua  |  2018-08-20 10:07
S. Korea's import prices index hits near 4-yr high in July
South Korea's import prices index hit a near four-year high last month due mainly to a weaker local currency, central bank dat...
Kim Jung-mi  |  2018-08-14 09:31
OECD warns S. Korea is facing some stiff challenges
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) raised warnings that South Korea's economy is facing some ser...
Kim Jung mi  |  2018-08-13 09:34
N. Korean coal, pig iron shipped to S. Korea, potentially in violation of int'l sanctions
North Korean coal and pig iron have been brought into South Korea, potentially in violation of international sanctions against Pyo...
Hillary Kang  |  2018-08-11 07:47
Weakening private spending putting drag on economic recovery: KDI
South Korea's economic recovery is being hampered by weakening domestic demand, although exports remain relatively sound, a st...
Kim Jung-mi  |  2018-08-07 14:19
S. Korea, Singapore agree to expand bilateral flights
The Seoul government said Friday it has reached an agreement with Singapore to allow airlines to operate up to 14 flights a week t...
Kim Hyung-dae  |  2018-08-05 08:55
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