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South Korea trying to keep business with Iran despite sanctions
A South Korean delegation is visiting Washington to discuss Iran sanctions waiver, a Korean news agency reported on Friday.
South Korea voices opposition to US auto tariff
The South Korean government and auto industry voiced opposition to the US' proposed tariffs on imported cars, saying Korean cars do not pose a threat to US security and such measures could undermine the benefits of the recently revised bilateral trade deal.
South Korea court orders compensation to victims of 2014 ferry sinking
A South Korean court ruled on Thursday that the government and the operator of the Sewol ferry, which sank in 2014 killing 304 people mostly school children, must compensate the victims’ families.
South Korean carmaker to open first factory in Iran
Fourth largest South Korean-based automobile manufacturer, SsangYong Motor Company plans to build its first factory in Iran to produce Tivoli models, an official with Ramak Khodro car company announced.
South Korea, Singapore agree on closer cooperation in fintech sector
South Korea and Singapore have agreed to forge closer cooperation in the financial technology sector, officials said on Monday.
South Korea's June oil imports from Iran at 167,000 bpd
South Korea, one of Asia's major Iranian oil customers, imported 686,849 tons of Iranian crude in June, or 167,820 barrels per day (bpd), customs office data showed on Sunday.
South Korea summons Russian officials over airspace violation
South Korea has summoned Russian embassy officials over violation of its air defense territory and expressed regrets about the incursion.
South Korea inflationary pressure to build up in 2nd half
The growth of consumer prices in South Korea is expected to accelerate in the second half of the year, mainly due to a rise in global oil prices, the country's deputy finance minister said on Monday.
South Korea embassy denies media reports on stopping Iran oil imports
The South Korean embassy in Tehran denied claims by a section of the media that the country would not lift any Iranian crude and condensate in July for the first time over the past six years.
Asia seeks more World Cup shocks in Qatar 2022
Asian teams weren't expected to make an impact at the World Cup but a record points haul and some stunning performances against top sides have lifted their hopes for Qatar 2022.
US opens 'biggest overseas base' in South Korea amid North Korea talks
US forces in South Korea have opened their "biggest overseas base", just weeks after President Donald Trump said he wanted to bring the troops home.
South Korea expects slower export growth in June
South Korea will take proactive measures to boost exports to maintain growth momentum amid rising protectionist policies by major trading partners and uncertainties in the global financial market, the government said on Tuesday.
Koreas mark war anniversary in mood of detente
The two Koreas Monday marked their war anniversary in a mood of detente, with Pyongyang dropping its customary anti-US rhetoric and Seoul saying talks have begun on moving the North's artillery back from the tense border.
Electronic payments in South Korea rally in Q1
The amount of payments made electronically in South Korea continued to rally in the first quarter of this year as a growing number of people are using mobile shopping and remittance services, central bank data showed on Monday.

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