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12/10/2021Argentina The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Organismos Internacionales Hector R. Torres
The EFF offers an opportunity for Argentina to regain investors' confidence, which is key to its economic renewal. The IMF must help with this and remain flexible, given that it shares responsibility for the failure of the 2018 program. But it also should hold its purse tight until Argentina's political class agrees on a roadmap of reforms that could be continued by the next government in 2023.
26/07/2021Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Kwon Mee-yoo
Chilean Foreign Affairs Minister Andres Allamand visited Korea to discuss upgrading the Korea-Chile free trade agreement as well as other cooperative measures ahead of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties in April 2022.
07/07/2021Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Dong Sun-hwa
To boost the promotion of its pork and chicken products, the ABPA has decided to be more active in Korean markets. Starting from June 29 (KST), ABPA has been running a publicity campaign in Seoul, displaying eye-catching ads to promote the quality, safety and "sustainability" of Brazilian meat products on 362 digital screens in major subway and bus stations.
12/02/2021Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Política Internacional
Foreign Minister Chung, Blinken stress close cooperation for complete denuclearization of Korean Peninsula
New Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed close bilateral cooperation for the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula during their first phone talks Friday, the foreign ministry said.
27/11/2020Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Exteriores Do Je-hae
US President-elect expected to pursue 'balanced relation' with China
13/10/2020Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Política Internacional Jung Da-min
A trilateral summit between Korea, Japan and China is unlikely to be held this year as Tokyo has notified Seoul that Japan's new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will not visit Seoul to attend the meeting unless the bilateral friction over compensation for wartime forced labor is resolved, according to Japanese media reports.
05/10/2020Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Política Internacional
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and asked for understanding of the postponement of his planned trip to Seoul originally set for this week, the foreign ministry said.
11/06/2020Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Economía Internacional Lee Min-hyung
The Bank of Korea (BOK) has been given more leeway in its monetary policy after the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to freeze the benchmark rate at near zero through 2022, economists said Thursday.
05/06/2020Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Kang Seung-woo
Fractious relations between Korea and Japan are likely to turn hostile as Seoul has taken countermeasures against Tokyo's export restrictions and refusal to comply with Korean court rulings regarding certain companies' use of Korean forced laborers, raising speculations that the Japanese government could respond with economic retaliation.
20/03/2020Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Exteriores
Teleconferencing is becoming the primary means of maintaining high-level diplomacy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday, Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha held a video conference with her counterparts from Japan and China.
19/03/2020Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Economía Internacional
South Korea and the United States have signed a $60 billion bilateral currency swap agreement, Seoul's central bank said Thursday, a move expected to relieve liquidity crunch caused by the global spread of the new coronavirus.
25/10/2019Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Economía Internacional
South Korea said Friday it has decided to give up its developing country status at the World Trade Organization in a concession to the United States over reform of the global trade body.
23/10/2019Argentina The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Cho Chung-un
Posco’s chief visited Argentina to check on the ongoing construction of a demonstration plant that extracts lithium collected from a local salt lake last week, the company said Wednesday.
23/09/2019Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Yi Whan-woo
The Chilean food and beverages were available because of a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) signed in 2003.
16/09/2019Economía The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Relaciones Bilaterales Dong Sun-hwa
Korea opened the market for Brazilian pork only in 2018, following more than 10 years of negotiation. As of now, the country only takes up 1 percent of Brazil's pork export. From January to July in 2019, Brazil exported 3,000 tons of pork, valued at 6.6 billion won ($5.4 million), to Korea.
16/08/2019Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Política Internacional
North Korea said Friday that Pyongyang has no intention to talk with South Korea again, calling it a "senseless" hope to expect talks to be resumed when Seoul's joint military exercise with the United States is over.
07/08/2019Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Política Internacional
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said this week's missile launches were an "adequate warning" against the joint military exercise between South Korea and the United States that kicked off earlier this week, state media reported Wednesday.
02/08/2019Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Yi Whan-woo
North Korea launched what appeared to be short-range ballistic missiles (SRBMs), Friday, in its third test in just over a week.
29/07/2019Cancillería The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Economía Yi Whan-woo
Argentina is famous for wines and Koreans tend not to associate the South American country with beer.
23/07/2019Política The Korea Times - Corea del Sur Política Internacional
South Korean jets fired warning shots after a Russian military plane violated South Korea's airspace on Tuesday, Seoul officials said, in the first such incident between the countries.