Representatives from the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) in northern Seoul sign a memorandum of understanding for academia-industry cooperation with Hyundai Engineering & Construction, Korea Investment & Securities and Zinol D&C on Friday
President Moon Jae-in and other leaders of the Group of 20 (G-20) major economies wrapped up the two-day G-20 summit Sunday and adopted a joint declaration which committed to “affordable and equitable access” to Covid-19 vaccines.
President Moon Jae-in stressed that there are no other options but his so-called Korean New Deal. “A quick transition to a digital and low-carbon society and economy is the road to survival ," Moon said.
Drones make images in the night sky above Olympic Park in Songpa District, southern Seoul, on Saturday.
President Moon Jae-in formally announced the Green New Deal in July and said that the program will help the country lead in the post-Covid-19 era.Since the plan was rolled out, companies have been announcing their own contributions.
A robot holding up a sign that reads “regulation innovation changes life” escorts Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun, Wednesday, at the “2020 Robo World” exhibition, held at Kintex in Goyang, Gyeonggi.
Environment Minister Cho Myung-rae warned that climate change is no longer “another country’s story,” and urged Korea to become a “climate resilient society” as the country aims to become carbon-neutral.
President Moon Jae-in, center, receives a report on managing smart cities at Songdo’s smart city management center in Incheon on Thursday. It was Moon’s first tour on the regional-balanced New Deal.
President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday emphasized the government's focus on regional development as part of the 160 trillion won ($139 billion) economic plan his administration is calling the Korean New Deal.
Culture and entertainment companies are to be supported by a 35 billion won ($29.8 million) government Covid-19 fund next year in an effort to make up for creative output that was lost during the pandemic