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South Korea’s military spending boon for local weapons producers
South Korea’s plans to boost military spending over the next five years has already proven a boon to its defense industry. Share prices of local weapons manufacturers, including Hanwha, Korea Aerospace and others, have seen their share prices jump up to 30 percent since Seoul released its defense white paper this summer. The current tension on the Korean Peninsula is seen as motivating such spending.
South Korea takes Japan to WTO
Syria and Iraq are calling on Europe to decide the fate of around 10,000 women and children they are struggling to maintain in overcrowded camps like al-Hawl in Northern Syria.
South Korea to file WTO complaint over Japan’s exports curbs
South Korea said Wednesday it will file a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over Japan's "politically-motivated" export restrictions, upping the ante in an intensifying dispute with the neighbor.
South Korean won likely to further ascend
The South Korean won is expected to further advance against the US dollar for some time on what analysts called long-awaited but unanticipated positive developments that helped remove some uncertainties facing Asia's fourth-largest economy.
South  Korea to invest $203m in smart farming in 2020
South Korea plans to allocate a whopping 248 billion won ($203 million) for next year to nurture the country's smart farming industry, Seoul's agriculture ministry said Tuesday.
South Korea to remove Japan's trusted trade partner status in Sept.
South Korea is expected to put into effect its decision to drop Japan from a list of trusted trading partners later this month, Seoul's Trade Ministry said Sunday, amid a growing trade row between the two Asian neighbors.
BOK signals rate cut
South Korea's central bank has room for a further rate cut to deter a longer skid in Asia's fourth-largest economy, the bank's chief said Friday, with analysts eying a rate reduction in October.
Iran, Russia, South Korea ink filmmaking memo
Iran, Russia and South Korea signed a memorandum of understanding to support the joint production of children and youths films for the next two years.
Expanded South Korean military drills around disputed island draw Japanese protest
South Korean forces began two days of expanded drills on Sunday around an island also claimed by Japan, prompting a protest from Tokyo only days after Seoul said it would scrap an intelligence-sharing pact with its neighbor amid worsening relations.
South Korea set to terminate intelligence-sharing pact with Japan
South Korea has announced that it would scrap a key intelligence-sharing pact with Japan, a decision that could escalate a dispute over trade and undercut security cooperation on North Korea.
Japan, South Korea agree on need for dialogue to resolve feuds
Japan and South Korea on Wednesday agreed on the need for dialogue to resolve a feud over compensating Korean wartime workers that has spilled into trade, and put a deep chill on ties between Washington’s two biggest Asian allies.
Japan allows further exports of high-tech material to South Korea
Japan has approved shipments of a high-tech material to South Korea for the second time since imposing export curbs last month, two sources said, ahead of talks by government officials this week to resolve a dispute stemming from their wartime past.
North Korea ‘fires missiles’, rejects further talks with South
North Korea fired what appeared to be two short-range missiles into the sea on Friday and launched a scathing attack on calls for dialogue from South Korean President Moon Jae-in, rejecting further peace talks with Seoul.
South Korea gripped by weak exports, investments: Report
South Korea remains gripped by sluggish exports and investments despite a slow gain in industrial production, a government report said on Friday.

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