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    168
    Date
    2011.06.17
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    1175
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    S. Korea's exports top consumer spending in GDP
    Content
    제목 없음 Exports exceeded household spending in South Korea's gross domestic product (GDP) for the first time in the first quarter of this year, data showed Thursday, underlining the nation's increased dependence on trade for its economic growth. According to the data offered by..
  • No
    167
    Date
    2011.06.17
    Views :
    1165
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    Seoul to install 10,000 free wireless Internet hotspots
    Content
    제목 없음 Seoul will install free wireless Internet in more than 10,000 locations across the city, giving citizens better access to the Web from portable devices, the municipal government said Wednesday. According to the Seoul Metropolitan Government, some 10,430 outdoor public s..
  • No
    166
    Date
    2011.06.17
    Views :
    1160
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    IMF delegation meets with finance minister
    Content
    제목 없음 A delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) met with South Korea's finance minister on Thursday before wrapping up its two-week visit here for an annual meeting, officials said. The delegation led by Subir Lall, head of the IMF's Korea division, has been ..
  • No
    165
    Date
    2011.06.16
    Views :
    1203
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    S. Korea, EU to hold high-level talks for FTA implementation
    Content
    제목 없음 Senior trade officials from South Korea and the European Union (EU) will hold a meeting next week to check on preparations and processes for the implementation of their bilateral free trade accord, Seoul's trade ministry said Thursday. During the meeting in Seoul on ..
  • No
    164
    Date
    2011.06.16
    Views :
    1117
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    Growth of S. Korea's retail sales slows in May
    Content
    제목 없음 Sales growth at the nation's major discount outlets and department stores cooled in May from the previous month mainly due to weaker demand for groceries and sports products, a government report showed Thursday. Total sales at the three leading discount outlets moved..
  • No
    163
    Date
    2011.06.16
    Views :
    1126
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    Crude prices to average US$100-105 per barrel in H2: report
    Content
    제목 없음 International crude oil prices are expected to average US$100-$105 per barrel in the second half of this year, a joint panel of government and private sector experts predicted Wednesday. The panel said a rise in demand from emerging economies could keep prices relati..
  • No
    162
    Date
    2011.06.16
    Views :
    1208
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    Seoul sees more foreign tourists this year
    Content
    제목 없음 The number of foreign tourists in Seoul rose slightly in the first five months of this year from the same period last year despite tensions with North Korea and other negative factors, city officials said Wednesday. A total of 3.19 million foreigners visited Seoul in..
  • No
    161
    Date
    2011.06.16
    Views :
    1215
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    S. Korea logs trade surplus for 16th month in May
    Content
    제목 없음 South Korea posted a trade surplus for the 16th straight month in May, fueled by strong exports of petroleum products and wireless communications devices, the nation's customs office said Wednesday. The trade surplus came to US$2.2 billion last month, according to data ..
  • No
    160
    Date
    2011.06.16
    Views :
    1222
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    Five in 10 exporters see strong business in H2
    Content
    제목 없음 Nearly five out of 10 South Korean exporting companies expect their overseas shipments to increase in the second half of the year on growing demand from export destinations, a poll showed Wednesday. According to the survey of 505 exporters by the Korea Chamber of Commer..
  • No
    159
    Date
    2011.06.15
    Views :
    1272
    Writer
    ikonline
    Title
    Import costs of raw materials slip
    Content
    제목 없음 The import prices of South Korea's key raw materials fell for the first time in 11 months in May, led by a drop in the costs of non-ferrous metals and textiles, a trade association said Wednesday. The Korea Importers Association (KOIMA) said its price index for impor..

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