How Will The China And South Korea ICO Bans Impact Cryptocurrencies?

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Unicorn Rising: How This South Korean PayPal-Backed Startup Churns $1BA Month

Viva Republica is, objectively speaking, the most disruptive fintech startup in South Korea. Since the 2015 launch of its simple peer-to-peer payments app Toss, banks are finally revamping their user

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South Korea Hopes to Attract Chinese Consumers on Singles Day

South Korean companies, after all but giving up on marketing in China during a diplomatic spat this year, are rolling out major promotions for Saturday‘s Singles Day shopping extravaganza, hoping

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South Korea open up test “town” for self driving cars

South Korea is building a case for itself as a global leader in autonomous vehicle advancements, a space traditionally dominated by the US. Today, the country’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure

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South Korea’s minimum wage on the rise

South Korean workers don’t often have cause for cheer. They slog for more hours than their counterparts in any other member of the OECD, a club of mostly rich countries, apart

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South Korea Hopes Olympics Will Lead To Tourism Boom

The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and Paralympics will boost tourism in South Korea after a falling number of Chinese visitors, it has been claimed. According to data compiled by the

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Housing boom on Jeju Island

Jeju Island is the most popular sightseeing area in Korea, and it attracts many visitors daily. In the past few years, more and more Chinese visitors have come to Jeju

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South Korean Government to Invest 1.2 Trillion Won in Drone Industry

Determined to be part of growing Asian drone industry, the South Korean government has announced that it will invest a further 1.2 trillion won (over $1 billion) in the industry

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South Korea to suspend construction of two nuclear reactors

South Korea’s government said on Tuesday it would temporarily halt construction of two partially-completed nuclear reactors while it gathers public opinion on the facilities.  The move comes after the country’s

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New South Korean president vows to end use of nuclear power

South Korea’s new president, Moon Jae-in, has vowed to phase out the country’s dependence on nuclear power, warning of “unimaginable consequences” from a Fukushima-style meltdown. Moon, a left-leaning liberal who

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