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More South Korean coal power plant curbs needed to tackle pollution: Advisory group
South Korea should close up to a quarter of its coal-fired power plants between December and February and nearly half in March in a bid to tackle pollution, an advisory body headed by former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday.
Japan rejects South Korean attempt to air trade row at WTO
Japan told the World Trade Organization on Wednesday that its controls on exports to South Korea were based on national security concerns, and did not constitute an embargo or an issue appropriate for discussion at the WTO.
South Koreans hit Japan’s PM with kimchi during rally in Seoul
South Korean protesters have staged rallies in the capital Seoul against Japan amid a trade dispute between the two countries.
Kim Jong-un’s sister meets with South Korean officials at border
A letter from Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, expressing his condolences on the death of a former South Korean first lady was delivered to South Korean officials at the countries’ border on Wednesday by Kim’s sister, officials said.
Four-fold growth in S. Korea imports of Iran oil
South Korean statistics show that importing Iranian oil has experienced four-fold rise in February compared with its last month.
US-China trade war poses biggest threat  to South Korean financial system
Escalating trade tensions between the United States and China are the biggest risk that South Korea's financial system is now facing, a central bank survey showed on Wednesday.
South Korean Central Bank raise key rate to 1.75%
South Korea's Central Bank on Friday raised the country's policy rate to a 3 1/2-year high of 1.75 percent.
Interpol elects South Korean as president, Russia condemns Western pressure
International police organization Interpol on Wednesday elected Kim Jong-yang of South Korea as president, beating a Russian whose candidacy had raised concerns in Europe and the United States about the risk of Kremlin interference.
South Korean workers in nationwide strike over labor policies
Tens of thousands of workers launched a half-day strike across South Korea on Wednesday, accusing the government of rolling back pro-labor policies in the face of deepening economic woes.
South Koreans' overseas card spending falls in Q3
Overseas card spending by South Koreans dropped for the second straight quarter in the third quarter amid a strengthening US dollar, central bank data showed on Wednesday.
External headwinds to weaken South Korean economy: Moody's
South Korea's economic growth will decelerate over the next couple of years along with the global slowdown amid waning demand and trade frictions, Moody's Investors Service said on Tuesday.
South Korean imported car sales jump 24% on new models in Oct.
South Korea's imported vehicle sales jumped 24 percent in October from a year earlier on high demand for new models, industry data showed on Monday.
South Korean gov't to boost support for self-employed businesses
The South Korean financial watchdog said it plans to strengthen consulting programs for self-employed businesses and offer necessary funding to help them as they struggle with economic hardships.
South Korean ex-president may face 20-year jail for corruption
Prosecutors in South Korea have demanded a 20-year prison term for former president Lee Myung-bak over bribery, abuse of power, embezzlement and tax evasion.
'Empty View' wins Best Short title in South Korean fest
Iranian animation 'Empty View', written and directed by Ali Zare Qanatnowi, won the Best Short Film Award at the 6th Seoul Guro International Kids Film Festival in South Korea.

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