From Jan. 1, 2023, universities will face a new storage policy that limits the free tier of Google Workspace for Education to 100 terabytes per institution. A fee will be charged for anything above.
Although the Yoon administration cannot fix the global strengthening trend in the dollar, authorities must not sit idle.
The Wall Street Journal last Monday carried an article “Dollar’s Rise Spells Troubles for Global Economics” with quotes from Raghuran Rajan, a professor at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and former governor...
The beginning of the UN Security Council reform should be based on the love of people and humanitarianism. By doing so, we can create a world where all members cooperate to make a better world.
Creating a society where the elderly can work if they want and get fair compensation is the homework for Japan and a challenge for Korea, which may soon face the same problem.
A total of 450,000 tons of rice will be purchased by the government this year to prop up prices.
The finance minister threw more cold water on the idea of Korea signing a currency swap agreement with the United States.
Seoul's presidential office countered reports that President Yoon Suk-yeol's hot mic moment using foul language, which drew widespread backlash, was directed at the U.S. Congress and said it was instead referring to the Korean National Assembly.
Masks won't be required for outdoor group activities involving 50 people or more starting Monday, health authorities announced, lifting one of Korea's last remaining Covid restrictions.
Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol wrapped up a weeklong, three-country tour with a bilateral summit with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday, in which the two countries agreed to upgrade relations to a comprehensive strategic partnership.