Natural gas to play bigger role in future

The Korean government has decided to expand the use of natural gas to lower the nation’s dependence on crude imports and realize the carbon...

Looking gloomy

A board at KEB Hana Bank in central Seoul on Monday shows the benchmark Kospi falling below the 1,900 mark for the first time...

7 Common Mistakes We Make When Leasing a Car

Marc Frons, former chief information officer with The New York Times, introduced on US News and World Report some of the most common and...

GDP in Gyeonggi surpasses Seoul

Gyeonggi last year overtook Seoul in terms of regional economy for the first time since 1998, when the government started gathering data. According to Statistics...

As China slows, new opportunities appear for Korea

Axel van Trotsenburg, vice president of the World Bank, said transition in the Chinese economy will create new opportunities for Korean exporters to tackle...

Economic leaders vow reform, growth for 2016

The nation’s economic leaders kicked off the new year by expressing determination in creating structural reforms and securing growth potentials. Choi Kyung-hwan, the outgoing deputy...

Save $68 Each Day to Buy a Home in Los Angeles

According to a research, you have to save 68 dollars each day for five years in order to buy a house in LA. Realtor.com conducted...

1 in 2 Koreans bought lottery tickets in 2015

One out of two Koreans have bought a lottery ticket in the past year, a survey by a government agency showed Wednesday. The Korea Lottery...

Millennials Say That Saving Money is Impossible

  Millennials are struggling to save money for retirement. According to the Wells Fargo Millennial Study, 41% of adults in the U.S. between the ages...

Birthrate czar describes Japan’s approach

Japan was one of the first countries to confront an aging population and a declining birth rate. In 1989, Japan’s fertility rate fell to 1.57,...
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