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Ha Tae-yun, left, president of the National Institute for International Education, affiliated with the Ministry of Education, and Cholsoo Charles Lho, right, publisher of the Korea JoongAng Daily, pose after signing an MOU yesterday at the paper’s headquarters in western Seoul. Under the agreement, the paper’s articles will be used in questions for the Level 1 National English Ability Test (NEAT), the state-administered test slated to replace the English-language section of the College Scholastic Ability Test. qBy Park Sang-moon

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