What is more important is the establishment of strict law enforcement practices to improve antagonistic labor-management relationsFeature: Strikes paralyze ports in S.Korea May 12, 2003
Moody's analysts have decided to keep Korea's sovereign rating and rating outlook unchanged until they revisit the country in AprilAnalysis: Roh looks to calm economy fears Jan 22, 2003
Improved infrastructure for foreigners will have a significant effect on inducing more foreign investmentAnalysis: South Korea to be Asian hub? Jul 18, 2002
The business hub project is necessary for Korea sandwiched between two giant countries of China and JapanAnalysis: South Korea to be Asian hub? Jul 18, 2002
There's no reason to just follow the U.S. marketsS. Korea buoyant over economy Jun 27, 2002
Kim Yong-Chun (born 1936) is a leader of the North Korean military. He holds the North Korean military rank Chasu, is Vice Chairman of the National Defense Commission of North Korea, and is chief of the general staff of the Korean People's Army.