President Moon Jae-in redoubled his efforts to make Korea a global hub for Covid-19 vaccine production with an intense round vaccine diplomacy during his trip to the United States for the UN General Assembly.
President Moon Jae-in declared an ambition for Korea to become the world’s fifth largest vaccine-producing nation by 2025 and an international hub for Covid-19 vaccine production and distribution.
Korea made its debut at the Group of 7, or G7, summit hosted by Britain earlier this month, which was not only an opportunity to elevate the country’s global standing but also to strengthen bilateral economic ties with participating nations.
The New York Times officially launched its new Asia hub in the heart of Seoul Monday after moving its digital news operation from Hong Kong.
The Financial Times recently ran a story from Seoul entitled “Scandals rock South Korea’s booming hedge fund industry.” It was embarrassing to read such an exposure of the shadows of our society. Scandals came out of the private...
Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, international president of The New York Times Company, said the high level of press freedom in Korea is the key reason the newspaper is moving its digital news operation from Hong Kong to Seoul.
Gates Korea, a mechanical goods manufacturer and subsidiary of Denver-based Gates, is closing and shuttering its Daegu factory, with 147 jobs being lost.
Hong Kong's attractiveness as a global financial hub continues to falter, but even with the city losing its luster, Seoul has little chance of securing the coveted spot given its unfavorable working environment and regulations.