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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.
US, South Korea sign deal for paying more for American military
The United States and South Korea have signed an agreement to increase the Asian country’s payment for American troops deployed there after months of discussions between the two sides.
US, South Korea to end key joint military exercises
The US and South Korea announced Sunday an end to key annual large-scale military exercises in support of diplomatic efforts to persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program.
US to end large-scale military drills with South Korea: Official
The United States is expected to announce that its large-scale spring joint military exercises with South Korea will be replaced with smaller-scale drills, an official says.
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.
Japanese demand action in territorial row with South Korea, clash with police
A group of protesters calling for the Japanese government to do more to regain control of an islet disputed with South Korea clashed with police on Friday (February 22), as others joined a memorial ceremony held to reassert their territorial claims.
Japan's refiners seek clarity over Iran oil waiver extension
Japanese refiners are seeking clarity on whether there will an extension to the 180-day sanctions waiver from Washington in March, as they hope to continue buying Iranian oil without any disruption, Petroleum Association of Japan's president, Takashi Tsukioka, said Friday.
S Korea ready to resume cooperation with North to help denuclearization: Moon
South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in says Seoul is ready to resume inter-Korean cooperation as a “concession” if it helps the denuclearization of its northern neighbor.
South Korea’s monthly Iran oil imports worth $101m
South Korean companies imported Iranian crude worth $101.2 million last month, the first such move in five months, data showed on Tuesday.
Indonesia, South Korea aim to sign trade deal by November
Indonesia and South Korea agreed on Tuesday to resume talks on a bilateral trade and investment agreement and aimed to sign a deal by November.
South Korea resumed Iranian oil imports in January
South Korea resumed imports of Iranian oil in January after a four-month hiatus, customs data showed on Friday.

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