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Chinese IT firm LeEco taps S. Korean market

SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap) — China-based IT firm LeEco kicked off a flagship store in South Korea to start sales of its products here, industry sources said Saturday. LeEco, launched as video-streaming service provider in 2004, has been gradually ex Source: Money


Shares of KAI sharply losing ground on death of vice president

SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap) — Shares of scandal-ridden Korea Aerospace Industries Co. (KAI) sharply lost ground on the main bourse this week following the apparent suicide of its senior official, data showed Saturday. The company closed at 43,900 won Source: Money


Sales at traditional markets plunge over decade

SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap) — Sales at South Korea’s traditional markets decreased sharply over the past 10 years, data showed Saturday, apparently as a rising number of consumers opted for modern supermarkets. According to the data compiled by Minis Source: Money


(EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Sept. 23)

Path to self-destruction North Korea’s nuclear provocations appear to be reaching the point of no return. Responding to U.S. President Donald Trump’s address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Thu Source: Money


(EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Sept. 23)

Rethink statue plan Prudence needed on monument for forced laborers during colonial rule A movement is underway to establish statues in memory of forced laborers during the 1910-45 Japanese occupation. They have already been established in Yongsa Source: Money


(EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Sept. 23)

Every five years Investigation into past cases smacks of political vendetta Former President Lee Myung-bak is under siege on all sides. There are too many cases for which authorities and critics argue that he should assume ultimate respons Source: Money


(News Focus) Nuclear phase-out puts burden on S. Korea's export drive

By Kim Eun-jung SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap) — South Korea’s nuclear phase-out policy may create a boom for the renewable energy initiative and allay public safety concerns, but it may also send an unwanted signal to the outside world that could hurt the Source: Money


S. Korea has fewest doctors among OECD member states: data

SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap) — South Korea had 2.2 doctors per every 1,000 people in 2015, the lowest number among member states of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), data showed Saturday. According to the OECD data rele Source: Money


Ex-KAI head arrested over 500 bln-won accounting fraud scandal

SEOUL, Sept. 23 (Yonhap) — The prosecution arrested a former chief of Korea Aerospace Industries Co. (KAI) Saturday as part of a probe into an accounting fraud case at the nation’s sole aircraft maker. The Seoul Central District Court issued an ar Source: Money


Treatment for sleep apnea Scottsdale – Alternative to CPAP Scottsdale

Treatment for sleep apnea Scottsdale – Alternative to CPAP Scottsdale September 22, 2017 (datsyn.com) – For three or four weeks after birth the infant sleeps more or less, day and night, only waking to satisfy the demands of hunger; at the expiration of this time, however, each interval of wakefulness grows longer, so that it sleeps less frequently, but for longer periods at a time.  CPAP Scottsdale This disposition to repose in the early weeks of the infant’s life must not be interfered with; but this period having expired, greatRead More