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South Korea intends to maintain trade with Iran: Ambassador
The South Korean Ambassador to Tehran Ryu Jeong-hyun told Tasnim News Agency that his country intends to keep its economic ties with Iran as it keeps negotiating with the US to get sanctions waiver.
South Korea vows to send aid to North quickly
South Korea vowed Monday to move quickly on plans to provide $8 million worth of medical and nutritional aid for North Korean children through UN agencies while it also considers sending broader food aid to the country, which said it is suffering its worst drought in decades.
South Korea’s oil imports from Iran rise in April
South Korea’s oil imports from Iran rose 17 percent in April from a year earlier, customs data showed on Wednesday, but shipments are set to end from May as waivers on US sanctions on Tehran expired at the start of this month.
South Korea's latest big export: Jobless college graduates
Cho Min-kyong boasts an engineering degree from one of South Korea’s top universities, a school design award and a near-perfect score in her English proficiency test.
Iran's Embassy in South Korea rejects US claim
Iran's Embassy in South Korea denounced a US official’s claim that has accused Tehran of supporting terrorism, emphasizing that the country condemns any form of terrorism, IRNA reported.
South Korea real victim of US-North Korea deadlock
South Korea is the real victim of the deadlock in nuclear negotiations between the United States and North Korea, says an analyst, adding that Seoul is concerned at the heightening tensions in Korean Peninsula.
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.
South Korea court says abortion ban is unconstitutional
South Korea’s Constitutional Court said on Thursday a law criminalizing abortion was unconstitutional, a landmark ruling that will overturn a ban on abortion that had been in place since 1953.
World's first 5G phone released in South Korea
Samsung Electronics on Friday released the Galaxy S10 5G, the world's first available smartphone with built-in fifth-generation communications technology, as South Korea seeks to build a lead in the transformative system.
Seoul impounds South Korean ship for violation of sanctions on North: Report
Seoul has reportedly impounded a South Korean vessel for the first time on the suspicion that it violated United Nations economic sanctions on North Korea.
South Korea quadruples imports of Iranian oil: Yonhap
South Korea's imports of Iranian oil more than quadrupled in February from a month ago, nearing levels before US sanctions on Tehran, Yonhap news agency reported Tuesday, citing government data.
South Korea quadruples imports of Iranian oil: Yonhap
South Korea's imports of Iranian oil more than quadrupled in February from a month ago, nearing levels before US sanctions on Tehran, Yonhap news agency reported Tuesday, citing government data.
South Korea’s Iran oil imports neared 1m tons in February
South Korea shipped in 983,497 tons of crude from Iran in February, or 256,412 barrels per day (bpd), customs data showed on Friday.
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.
South Korean investor: Iran capable of putting sanctions behind
The representative of a South Korean investing company in Saveh said given its developed infrastructure, strong human and natural resources, Iran is capable of putting US sanctions behind.

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