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Japan's Abe sounds conciliatory on S. Korea after strained ties
Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said Monday that South Korea was its “most important neighbor” and that the two shared basic values, taking a conciliatory tone towards Seoul that has been locked in a bitter row with Tokyo for over a year.
Children’s film festival to sign trilateral MoU with Russia, S. Korea
International Film Festival for Children and Youth will sign a trilateral MoU for joint film production with the Eurasian Film Festival Association, co-founded by Russia and South Korea, said the festival’s director, Alireza Tabesh.
Trade feud with Japan feared to hurt S. Korea's growth
Concern is growing over the effect Japan's recent imposition of targeted export curbs will have on the South Korean economy, with some analysts forecasting they will drag the GDP growth rate below two percent.
S. Korea's economy slowing on weak investment and exports
The South Korean economy is facing a slowdown on weakening investment and declining exports, a state-run think tank said Sunday.
S. Korea finance minister: Downside risks looming larger
South Korea's economy is increasingly facing downside risks amid the trade tussle between the United States and China, the country's chief economic policymaker said on Friday, stressing the need to take quick and bold actions to buttress the economy.
South Korea allows businesspeople to visit North factory park
South Korea decided to allow its businesspeople to visit their factories at an industrial park in North Korea that was shut down by Seoul’s previous conservative government in 2016 following a North Korean nuclear test.
S. Korea collected nearly 378 trillion won in taxes in 2018
South Korea collected 377.9 trillion won ($332.6 billion) in local and central government taxes last year, official data showed on Sunday, with the tax-to-gross domestic product (GDP) ratio rising sharply as more corporate taxes were collected on companies' stronger earnings.
S. Korea's trade dependence still high
South Korea's dependence on trade has remained at a high level compared with other advanced nations, central bank data showed on Friday, spawning concerns over its vulnerability to external shocks.
S. Korea proposes rain project with China to clean Seoul air
South Korean President Moon Jae-in proposed a joint project with China to use artificial rain to clean the air in Seoul, where an acute increase in pollution has caused alarm.
S. Korea to invest 2 trillion won in R&D in bio-health sector
South Korea's finance minister said on Wednesday that the government will invest two trillion won ($1.7 billion) in research and development in the bio-health sector in the latest attempt to secure a new growth engine for Asia's fourth-largest economy.
S. Korea spent 29.6 trillion won in Jan.
South Korea spent 29.6 trillion won ($26.4 billion) of this year's state budget in January, 5.2 trillion won more than the planned outlay, the finance ministry said on Monday.
Overtime hours in S. Korea decrease amid 52-hour workweek system
Overtime hours at South Korean workplaces decreased last year, due largely to the implementation of the government's 52-hour workweek policy, officials said on Wednesday.
S. Korea to host UNEP meeting next year
Asia-Pacific environment ministers will get together in South Korea next year to discuss a variety of pending environmental issues like climate change and biodiversity, the environment ministry said Monday.
Poll: One in 10 migrant workers in S. Korea experience workplace violence
More than one in 10 migrant workers in South Korea experience workplace violence, a poll showed on Tuesday.

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