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Reporter : Lee Hyo-sik
Thu, September 28, 2023 | 23:54
Busan Expo will help expand Korea's 'economic territory': KCCI chairman
JEJU - Korea will be able to further expand its “economic territory” if its second-largest city of Busan hosts the World Expo in 2030 as the nation forms closer ties with countries in South America, Africa and elsewhere, according to the head of the biggest business lobby here, Wednesday.
Bifurcation of golf ball rules has no merit
The 123rd U.S. Open, overseen by the United States Golf Association (USGA), ended in a dramatic fashion Sunday (local time), with American golfer Wyndham Clark winning his first career major title. As always, this year's third major championship attracted a great deal of attention from Korean golf fans. Many of them stayed up all night to watch PGA tour players give their bes...
Korea must overcome China's 'sabotage campaign'
We have only five more months to go until 179 countries around the world vote to decide which city will host the World Expo 2030. Government officials and businesspeople have been working tirelessly to attract the international event to the southeastern port city of Busan since President Yoon Suk Yeol took office in May last year.
Huneed, Thales to cooperate on naval command and control systems
Huneed Technologies, a global aerospace and defense manufacturer, said Friday that the global it recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Thales, an international defense contractor, to cooperate on the development of advanced naval command and control systems.
K-food transforms global culinary industry
Interest in Korean culture is higher than ever today, in line with the ever-growing popularity of K-content, which encompasses K-pop, movies, entertainment, and food sectors. Recently, TV programs have been featuring the launch of Korean restaurants overseas to promote the country's food to local people. In 2022, ATOMIX became the first Korean restaurant to be listed on the W...
Pernod Ricard Korea to bolster consumer engagement, offer products for Gen MZ
Korea's imported liquor market has seen a steady increase in sales over the past year as more and more young consumers here turn to whisky and other types of hard liquor. Pernod Ricard Korea (PRK) has been riding high on the trend, posting a 32.5 percent increase in sales last year from 2021.
FILA reinvents its own game
Amid the high-rises and historic palaces surrounding Seoul's Gwanghwamun Square, the old and new met earlier this month in an unconventional way.
Can Korea end its love affair with Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermes?
Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Hermes, three of the most popular foreign luxury goods brands here, made headlines last week when they were found to have earned hundreds of millions of dollars in profit in Korea last year only to send most of it to their headquarters abroad. According to their audit reports compiled and released by the Financial Supervisory Service, however, the three made no or little social contributions in Korea.
Dongsuh Foods chairman honored for contribution to local food industry
Dongsuh Foods Chairman Kim Suk-soo won the Gold Tower Order of Industrial Service Merit, which is awarded by the government to people who have made notable contributions to the development of the nation's economy, according to Korea's largest instant coffee mix maker, Thursday.
Musinsa joins list of world's most innovative companies for 2023
Musinsa has been named as one of the world's most innovative companies for 2023 by Fast Company ― the world's leading business media brand based in New York ― Korea's largest online fashion platform said Friday.
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