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Iran blasts South Korea over Persian Gulf misnomer, military dispatch
Tehran denounced Seoul on Tuesday for misnaming the Persian Gulf and dispatching a military mission to the body of waters south of Iran under pressure from the United States.
South Korea to dispatch ‘anti-piracy unit’ to Strait of Hormuz, not to join US-led alliance
South Korea says it is set to expand the operational area of its anti-piracy unit now stationed in the Gulf of Aden so as to cover the Strait of Hormuz, stressing that the naval task force will operate separately from a US-led military coalition deployed to the Persian Gulf waters under the pretext of protecting shipping lanes.
China coronavirus: Number of cases jumps as virus spreads to new cities
China has reported 139 new cases of a mysterious virus in two days, with the outbreak spreading from Wuhan to other major Chinese cities.
South Korea to spend big on next-generation chip sector
South Korea said Sunday that it will invest one trillion won ($863 million) in the next 10 years to nurture the next-generation semiconductor sector.
South Korea’s job additions hit over five-year high in Dec., jobless rate steady at 3.4%
South Korea's jobless rate remained flat at 3.4 percent in December, but Asia's fourth-largest economy reported a stronger-than-expected job growth last month with job additions coming to 516,000, data showed Wednesday.
Iran falls short against South Korea in Olympics qualifiers
South Korea became the first team to qualify for the AFC U23 Championship Thailand 2020 knockout stage after it claimed a 2-1 win over Iran at Tinsulanon Stadium on Sunday.
Death toll from industrial disasters falls to 855 in 2019: South Korea’s labor ministry
The number of workers killed during working hours declined last year from a year earlier after the government implemented measures to rid industrial sites of accidents that lead to workers' injuries or deaths, the labor ministry said on Wednesday.
South Korea strives to revive petrochemical sector
South Korea said Wednesday it will spare no efforts to revitalize the country's petrochemical industry facing a prolonged slump amid growing protectionism and competition.
South Korea's Moon seeks Kim Jong-un visit to Seoul
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday called for better relations with the North, so leader Kim Jong-un can visit Seoul, despite Pyongyang's abandonment of its nuclear and missile test moratoriums.
South Korea's current account surplus widens to $5.97b in November
South Korea's current account surplus grew from a year earlier in November as its service account deficit narrowed, while its primary income account surplus expanded, central bank data showed Tuesday.
South Korea to extend tax incentives to boost corporate investment
South Korea will extend tax incentives for companies to increase their facility investment this year, officials said Sunday, in a bid to lift the momentum of economic recovery through investment.
South Korea works to bring cryptocurrency into the mainstream
South Korea is considering legislation to bring cryptocurrencies into the mainstream and mulling whether to tax crypto assets.
South Korea indicts ex-minister on charges of fraud, graft
South Korean prosecutors indicted former justice minister Cho Kuk on Tuesday on a dozen charges including bribery, two months after he resigned over a scandal involving family investment and university admissions for his children.
South Korea's December exports to post slowest fall in 8 months
South Korea’s exports likely contracted for a 13th straight month in December, though at a much slower pace, as stabilizing chip prices and a recovery in Chinese demand offered a ray of hope for the trade-reliant economy.

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