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S. Korea, Malaysia to synergize ‘New Southern Policy’ and ‘Look East Policy’

president moon jaein says he looks forward to expanding cooperation with Malaysia in a wide range of areas extending from the fourth Industrial Revolution to more concrete areas like defense and healthcare here is the president during his summit this morning with the Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir bin Mohamad take a listen Malaysia we combined Jamaica hang Google Chilam...

President Moon Jae-in lays out vision for S. Korea, ASEAN to become community that co-prospers

know also in attendance at the CEO summit was president moon jaein this morning arranged on the sidelines of the ASEAN Republic of Korea commemorative summit now there he talked about his vision to further boost so loss and cooperation to become a community that prospers together our Kim Minji has this wrap up president moon jae-in says South Korea...

Government to create over 50 thousand jobs in effort to nurture core industrial complexes

the presidential office the government and the ruling Democratic Party agreed to provide support in creating more than 50,000 new jobs over the next five years as part of developing core industrial complexes at Tuesday’s meeting at the National Assembly the three sides also agreed to provide comprehensive support to improve working conditions in construction they suggested boosting companies ability...

N. Korea assails U.S. for its “political and military provocations,” S. Korea…

North Korea’s envoy to the UN has slammed the u.s. for making little progress in improving the relations between the two sides he insists the regime has made efforts for lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula but Washington is spoiling the atmosphere our akemi-san tells us more North Korea’s ambassador to the UN Kim Seong is pressing Washington to abide...

President Moon invites political party leaders for dinner at Blue House

president moon will meet for dinner at the blue house this Sunday with the leaders of the five political parties including the chair of the main opposition Liberty Korea party Hwang kyo-ahn the president’s hosting the party leaders to thank them for going to his mother’s funeral and for offering their condolences but they’re also likely to discuss various state...

National Assembly’s budget sub-committee kicks off review of government’s 2020 budget proposal

the National Assembly’s budget subcommittee has kicked off its examination of the government’s 444 billion US dollar budget proposal for next year the subcommittee is considered the last stage of the screening process where the members deduct or increase the budget on a project-by-project basis the committee will have finished its review before November 29th the deadline for the budget...

President Moon Jae-in, leaders of 5 political parties agree on need to resume regular meetings

now president moon jaein and the heads of south korea’s five major political parties have agreed on the Yee to resume a key regular meeting to discuss major political issues during a three-hour dinner at the president’s official residence Sunday president moon strongly urge that they got together on a regular basis the ruling party and opposition parties reacted positively...

Main opposition criticizes government’s populist policies, poor handling of crises

Policy speeches by the leaders of major parties continue at the national assembly. Day two was the main opposition Liberty Korea’s turn. Kim Min-ji brings to our attention what the conservative bloc had to say. Korea’s main opposition party used the podium to highlight the mishaps of the Moon Jae-in administration. In his policy speech,… Kim Sung-tae — the floor...

S. Korean farmers protest government’s decision to give up WTO developing country status

South Korean farmers rallied in front of the National Assembly protesting against the government’s decision to no longer maintain the developing country status at the WTO around 20 organizations including the Korean Advanced Farmers Federation and called on the government to come up with measures to help support the local agriculture sector they believe changing the status would result in...