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: Yoon Ja-young
Sun, November 27, 2022 | 01:19
Brokerages lose credibility due to dearth of sell recommendations
The country's securities firms are losing investors' trust as their analysts are only recommending buying shares in their reports, while sell recommendations account for only 0.13 percent of the total reports. According to Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) data submitted to Rep. Kang Byung-won of the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea, the country's 32 securities fir...
| 2022-09-16 07:48
MBK Partners chairman donates $10 million to the Met
MBK Partners' co-founder and partner Kim Byung-ju is donating $10 million to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the museum announced Tuesday. The museum will name a gallery after Kim and his wife, which will be the first gallery in the museum named after a person of Korean descent.
| 2022-09-07 13:40
Korea should raise the official age of senior citizens to 73: researcher
In Korea, people are categorized as senior citizens once they reach 65. In the future, they may have to wait until 73 to be defined as such, as a research think tank suggested raising the official age of senior citizens in an attempt to reduce social welfare spending. Lee Tae-suk, director of the department of public finance and social policy at the Korea Development Institut...
| 2022-09-07 08:57
Government moves to overhaul inheritance tax system
The Yoon Suk-yeol administration took the first step to lower inheritance tax rates, following an announcement in July that it will overhaul the inheritance tax system. The Ministry of Economy and Finance announced recently it is taking bids for a research project looking into the introduction of an inherited property acquisition tax system.
| 2022-09-02 08:29
When, how should we start to pull up falling birthrate?
It is not breaking news that Korea's birthrate is falling. The country broke its previous record again, with the recently released 2021 birthrate standing at 0.81. It is known that the birthrate should be at least 2.1 to maintain the current population, but now less than one baby is born on average per woman.
| 2022-08-31 16:40
Banks to toughen monitoring to prevent voice phishing
When a bank customer wants to withdraw a lump sum of money from their account, they will be asked some specific questions to prevent them from falling prey to voice phishing starting next month, the financial regulator announced on Thursday.
| 2022-08-26 08:42
RCI Financial Services Korea appoints new CEO
RCI Financial Services Korea, a specialized automotive finance affiliate of Renault Group and Renault Korea Motors, announced on Monday that it has appointed Alexander Zhurkin as its new CEO. Recognized for his achievements as a development expert and global strategist, Zhurkin has more than 20 years of professional experience in Europe, North America and Russia through Phili...
| 2022-08-22 14:49
[INTERVIEW] Data essential for 'evidence-based decisions': Statistics Korea commissioner
Let's say someone wants to open a fried chicken restaurant near his home. Is it a good location to start the business? The person can get some idea by visiting the Statistical Geographic Information Service (SGIS) offered by Statistics Korea, where diverse kinds of information, such as the number of residents, whether they are in their 20s, 30s, or 40s, how each demographic g...
| 2022-08-17 11:48
Coordination between Asia-Pacific central banks
Bank of Korea Governor Rhee Chang-yong, fifth from left, poses with Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) Governor Lee Bok-hyun, fourth from left, and other participants of the Executives' Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks held at the Korean central bank's headquarters in downtown Seoul, Tuesday. Participating at the meeting ― either online or in-person ― were the cent...
| 2022-08-09 16:33
Data shows banks reject most consumer demands to lower loan interest rates
If a person gets promoted and receives a higher income or accumulates more assets, they have a legal right to demand banks or other lenders to slash interest rates levied on their borrowings. However, seven out of 10 requests to lower interest rates are rejected, according to the latest data. Data Rep. Yun Chang-hyun of the ruling People Power Party obtained from the Financia...
| 2022-08-05 08:37
[PHOTOS] World Cup 2022 Korea vs Uruguay
Crowd control measures keep fans safe during Korea's World Cup game
Baemin, Coupang Eats hit for 'inadequate' responses to soaring online orders
DPK lawmaker continues 'poverty porn' claim against first lady, sends people to Cambodia
Hyundai Motor seeks to recover legacy of Pony
Builders on edge over looming construction site shutdowns
Wemade stocks plunge to daily bottom on delisting of Wemix coin
DPK spokesperson faces growing pressure over false accusations
'Canada is predictable, stable partner for Korea,' says Canadian minister
Joseon-era calendrical book with details on Admiral Yi Sun-sin returned to Korea
[PHOTOS] World Cup 2022 Korea vs Uruguay
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