Korean banks are looking for ways to keep their workers in Myanmar safe after a female staffer at Shinhan Bank’s Yangon branch was shot by armed forces during her commute home Wednesday.
A Shinhan Bank employee was shot on her way home from work at a branch in Yangon, Myanmar, the bank said Thursday.
The military coup in Myanmar is affecting Korean companies operating in the Southeast Asian country, but the impact is still limited.
The Turkish Embassy in Korea commemorated Wednesday the fourth anniversary of the attempted coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. “We are gathered here today to remember the dangerous coup d’état attempt of July 15, 2016...