Korea must do its part in climate action
The time has come for the country to contribute to the loss and damage fund.
Employees from the Korea International Trade Association (KITA) celebrated a day ahead of the 60th anniversary of Trade Day, which falls on Dec. 5, in front of the Starfield COEX Mall in Gangnam District, southern Seoul.
According to the Rural Development Administration, Korea's per capita consumption of chicken and duck meat has gone up since 2020, with individuals this year consuming 16.51 kilograms of chicken and 3.65 kilograms of duck meat per capita.
A piece of cake
Shinsegae Food unveiled a Christmas cake priced at 9,980 won ($7.66), just like last year, to ease the burden on consumers amid high living costs.
Gold bars are on display at the Korea Gold Exchange in Jongno District, central Seoul, on Monday.
SPC Group spins Shake Shack into separate entity in Korea
SPC Group has separated its successful Shake Shack burger franchise operations in Korea, establishing a distinct entity named Big Bite Company.
Yoon appoints women, seasoned professionals in latest Cabinet reshuffle
Choi Sang-mok, former senior presidential secretary for economic affairs, was tapped as the new finance minister Monday amid a major Cabinet reshuffle in the Yoon Suk Yeol administration.
Korea urges China to ease urea export curbs to prevent supply crisis
Korea has urged China to ease its recent halt on urea exports to Korea in order to prevent a repeat of the urea shortage crisis that hit the local auto market two years ago.
[REPORTER'S DIARY] China's conquering of EV industry is coming true
With cheaper EVs and government support, China is poised to become the global leader in EV production and sales, leaving Korea behind.
Korea inks $2.6B deal to deliver 159 K-9 howitzers to Poland
Hanwha Aerospace announced Monday that it inked a 3.45-trillion-won ($2.6-billion) executive contract with Poland to deliver 159 K-9 self-propelled howitzers.