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South Korea to unveil plans to ease reliance on Japanese industries
South Korea will soon unveil plans to reduce its economy’s reliance on Japanese industries, its finance minister said Wednesday, while repeating his call for Tokyo to end the tightening of controls on some exports.
South Korean merchants stage demo, urge ban on Japanese products
Dozens of owners of small businesses in South Korea on Monday rallied in Seoul and called for boycotts of Japanese consumer goods to protest Tokyo’s move to tighten high-tech exports to its neighbor.
Toxic employers face jail as South Korea tackles workplace bullying
After enduring months of constant harassment at work, South Korean office worker Christine Jung finally confronted her aggressor — only to be fired and sued for defamation by her employer.
Japan, South Korea fail to end trade dispute
Japan and South Korea have failed to mend a dispute that could threaten global supplies of microchips and smartphone displays, after officials met in Tokyo on Friday for a more than five-hour briefing that drew media attention for its frosty start.
South Korea’s F-35 jet acquisition extremely dangerous action: North Korean official
North Korea has criticized the South’s acquisition of American F-35 stealth fighter jets as an “extremely dangerous action” that could jeopardize inter-Korean relations.
South Korea steps up effort to get US help in export row with Japan
South Korea’s foreign minister told US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Japan’s export curbs against Seoul are “undesirable”, the Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, as a trade row between the East Asian neighbors grows.
For some firms, South Korea's economy feels like it's already in recession
Kang Dong-wan, the head of an electronic goods supplier for South Korea’s biggest global brands, said it feels like Asia’s fourth-largest economy is in a recession as business conditions have deteriorated further after a tough 2018.
Japan to tighten export rules for high-tech materials to South Korea
Japan plans to tighten restrictions on the export of high-tech material used in smartphones and chips to South Korea from July 4 in connection with a dispute over a South Korean ruling on war-time forced labor, the Sankei newspaper reported on Sunday.
South Korea calls for US cooperation for humanitarian exports to Iran
South Korea asked for US cooperation for its exports of humanitarian products to Iran hindered by Washington's sanctions against Iran, Seoul's Foreign Ministry said Friday.
South Korea's current account surplus with China surges in 2018
South Korea's current account surplus with China rose from a year earlier in 2018 on record exports, central bank data showed on Friday, amid concerns that this year's performance will not be good given a sharp cut in shipments to the world's No.2 economy.
Seoul Int’l Book Fair opens with Iran’s presence
Iran is participating in the 25th Seoul International Book Fair (SIBF) which opened on June 19.
South Korea fires up on renewables, to close more coal plants
As renewable energy powers up in South Korea, coal-fired generation, long the bedrock of the country’s electricity supply, is being tapped to give up room.
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's won is Asia's whipping boy in US-China trade war
South Korea’s exposure to a stressed global manufacturing supply chain has knocked its currency — Asia’s most risk sensitive — to over two-year lows as investors use it as a proxy to bet on the economic costs of a protracted US-China trade war.
Iran-South Korea friendly match ends with 1-1 draw
Iran has settled for a 1-all draw against South Korea, in a friendly encounter in Seoul.

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