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Reporter : Kim Jae-kyoung
Fri, September 22, 2023 | 01:09
Experts show mixed reactions to NK's nuke site destruction
North Korea demolished its nuclear test site in Punggye-ri, May 24, ahead of a historic summit between its leader Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump.
Trump or Kim: who is more strategic?
It has become a tricky strategy game between the two most unpredictable leaders in the world. Ahead of the upcoming Singapore summit possibly on June 12, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are playing their own games to look less eager to secure negotiation leverage.
Korea needs contingency plan for US auto tariffs
South Korean automakers should come up with a contingency plan to produce more cars in the U.S. in case the Trump administration levies tariffs on auto imports, according to an American expert on U.S.-Korea trade relations, Sunday.
AMRO advises Moon to be 'flexible' on policies
SINGAPORE - President Moon Jae-in needs to become more flexible in policy implementation to ensure success of his “inclusive growth strategy,” according to Hoe Ee Khor, chief economist at the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO).
Korea urged to rethink growth strategy
South Korea needs a new growth strategy. The economy is losing resilience and vitality under President Moon Jae-in's income-led growth strategy. Businesses are reluctant to make investments and hire new employees, while consumers shun spending due to the higher burden of taxes and interests.
Income-led growth policies need overhaul
President Moon Jae-in came into office one year ago with lofty pledges to rejuvenate the economy. He promised to create more jobs for the young and ensure better lives for middle- and low-income families. However, the first-year economic scorecard for the Moon administration is disappointing. His income-led growth policies have failed to deliver intended outcomes. Exports hav...
Korea's growth potential gradually declining
The Korean economy is feared to suffer lethargic growth down the road.Most economic indicators, including exports and investments, are pointing to a downturn, signaling that Asia's fourth-largest economy faces a rocky path.The problem is this is not just a passing or cyclical phenomenon but the beginning of a long-term structural slowdown.
Trump, Kim likely to 'reach accord' in Singapore
SINGAPORE ― U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are likely to reach a deal at their June meeting in Singapore, according to a noted political scientist on international relations, Tuesday.
Trump, Kim likely to meet at Shangri-La Hotel
SINGAPORE - U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are expected to meet at The Shangri-la Hotel next month, according to industry sources and experts, Sunday.
Singaporeans excited about hosting Trump-Kim summit
SINGAPORE - Most Singaporeans are excited about their country hosting the upcoming historic summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. They believe that that the summit, slated for June 12, will put Singapore in the global spotlight again and help solidify its status as a reliable international state.
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