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South Korea Orders Protesting Doctors to Return to Work or Face Legal Action

South Korea Orders Protesting Doctors to Return to Work or Face Legal Action

South Korea has ordered thousands of protesting physicians to return to work immediately.

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North Korea Junks All Economic Cooperation Deals With South Korea as Kim Jong Un Claims Legal Right to Destroy South

North Korea Junks All Economic Cooperation Deals With South Korea as Kim Jong Un Claims Legal Right to Destroy South

North Korea has junked all deals with South Korea on promoting economic cooperation as the ties between the neighboring countries continue to deteriorate.

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Russia Warns Japan, South Korea Over Moves to Help Ukraine as US Unveils New Military Aid Package for Kyiv

Russia Warns Japan, South Korea Over Moves to Help Ukraine as US Unveils New Military Aid Package for Kyiv

Russia has expressed anger over Japan's move to help Ukraine and South Korea's economic sanctions against Moscow.

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Protestors from South Korea Asks For President Park’s Resignation

A battalion of enraged South Koreans protested last Saturday in Seoul, pushing Park Geun-hye to issue his official resignation as the country’s president.

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China’s Anbang Acquired Allianz’s South Korea Operations After Dropping Its Bid for Starwood Hotels

Anbang Insurance is acquiring Allianz’s operations in South Korea after dropping its offer to buy Starwood hotels. The deal is waiting for approval from South Korea’s financial regulator.

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McDonald’s Expands More New Restaurants in Asia

McDonald’s is planning to extend its fast food empire to Asia by opening additional restaurants in Hong Kong, South Korea and China. It is also seeking strategic partnership in Japan and Taiwan.

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Korean Venture Capital Firms Gaze at Overseas Biotech Companies

South Korean venture capital firms are eyeing overseas biotech industry to accelerate investment goals. At the sametime, tech startups in Korea also began to flourish.

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McDonald's Soon to Serve Draft Beer in South Korea

McDonald's is about to launch its experimental outlet in Seoul, South Korea, with draft beer. The fast-food giant has taken its first steps to introduce the concept of beer with hamburgers in Asia, having added this beverage long time back in its German, French, and Spanish outlets. If the Asian people embrace this concept, McDonald's is ready to open up two more similar outlets in Gangnam and Sinchon.

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South Korea Ambitions to Become Regional Hub for Tech Startups, Started to Blossom

Since her 2013 inauguration, president Park Geun-hye tried to enhance startups company and investing $3 billion. Now country starts to see the payoff of its initiative. One last hurdle is to change the people's mindset on entrepreneurship.

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POSCO marks the smallest profit amid steel oversupply from China

South Korean steelmaker POSCO announced a consolidated net profit, excluding minority interests, of 181 billion won for 2015, down from 626 billion won in the previous year.

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South Korea Has a Camp to Help Young People With Internet Addiction

The advancement of the internet in South Korea has brought some advantages as well as social issues. Internet addiction has been a concern in the country, and the government is helping to solve the issue with some programs, including rehabilitation camps.

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South Korea environment ministry to Sue Audi Volkswagen Head over emission cheating scandal

South Korea’s Ministry of Environment will file criminal charges against Volkswagen AG’s Korean office head, citing that the car makers proposed plan falls short from the country’s legal requirements.

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South Korea and China to Cooperate in Disarming North Korean Nuclear Weapon

China seeks to disarm North Korea nuclear weapon. Beijing has initiated dialogue with South Korea after North Korean conducted its fourth nuclear test on Wednesday.

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South Korean exports drop for 12 months

Continuing 12-month falling streak, South Korea suffered drop in exports during December 2015 as well. The sluggish Chinese demand and weaker global outlook have impacted South Korea's exports in 2015. The drop in exports surpassed the forecast of economists.

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Qualcomm requires Three-Year stake holding before nominating for proxy

Qualcomm Inc. altered its proxy process requiring shareholders to have their stake in the company for at least three years before nominating people for the board.

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