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Latest South Korea Items
With federal debt piling up by the trillions and the "recovery" stuck in neutral, policymakers in Washington should focus on two overriding objectives: to shrink the public sector and grow the private sector. Trade legislation working its way through Congress offers an opportunity to advance both goals.
A top Samsung executive says the company will take a bolder stance in its patent battle with smartphone and tablet rival Apple, which Samsung claims has been "free riding" on its patented wireless technologies.
South Korean pop star Rain is joining the army.
A top Samsung Electronics Co. executive says her company will take a more aggressive stance against its smartphone and tablet rival Apple Inc. in a global patent dispute.
A standoff between the Obama administration and congressional Republicans over free-trade agreements could take a major step toward resolution Thursday with a Senate vote on legislation to help American workers who fall victim to foreign competition.
China on Thursday strongly condemned a $5.85 billion U.S. deal to upgrade Taiwan's fleet of F-16 fighter jets, summoning the American ambassador and warning the move will undermine warming military relations.
The Senate on Thursday took a big step toward passing three long-delayed trade agreements, approving a controversial program that was holding up the pacts.
The ticking sound of a political time bomb in Chinese-South Korean relations got a little louder this week.
North Korea is "one of the darkest places on Earth," but there are chinks in the wall that the communist dictatorship uses to keep its people isolated.