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Intel to romp home in race to 1 nm, looks to overtake Samsung by 2030
Despite being a latecomer to the semiconductor foundry industry, Intel revealed that it will be the first to introduce a 1.4-nanometer process, which ...
Korean Air clears EU antitrust hurdle in merger with Asiana
The merger between Korean Air and Asiana Airlines is in its ninth inning. The antitrust authority of the European Union conditionally approved Korean ...
Revenge of US commercial real estate slams Korean securities firms
The persistence of high interest rates caused by the global inflation shock is proving to be another cause for trouble for the commercial property mar...
Korea’s manufacturing sector sees worst decline since 1998 Asian financial crisis
South Korea’s manufacturing sector in 2023 saw its greatest reduction in scale in 25 years, since the Asian financial crisis of 1997. Absent a major e...
Korea sees 18% surge in exports in January thanks to rebounding chip shipments
January exports saw a double-digit growth, marking South Korea’s fourth consecutive month of rising exports. China-bound exports showed recovery,...
Korea saw 9-year high in real estate auctions due to loan default last year, up 61% from 2022
Amid the effects of a real estate market slump and high interest rates, the amount of South Korean real estate put up for auction due to failure to re...
Emphasis on fiscal soundness limits S. Korea’s growth to 1.4% in 2023
The South Korean economy only posted 1.4% growth in 2023, falling below its potential growth rate of about 2.0%. Combined with a slowdown in consumpti...
Are Samsung’s latest AI-powered phones all they’re made out to be?
Want to get a closer look at the cute cat that popped up in a video? Press your screen, and you’ll be able to see the video in slow motion.If you want...
Korean firms ramp up development of all-solid-state batteries
Rechargeable battery companies are ramping up their development of all-solid-state batteries, which have been drawing attention as next-generation bat...
Last year saw record-high technical barriers to trade, with US biggest issuer of regulations
Last year saw the highest number of trade-related technical regulations around the world, with great increases in regulations put in place with the in...
Korea records first trade deficit with China since 1992
South Korea’s monthly export volume has increased for the third month in a row. Along with the base effect, the main factors behind the increase are a...
Average Korean would have to save 15 years’ worth of income to afford a home in Seoul
The proportion of young South Koreans who own their own home reached a five-year low of 13.2% amid rising housing prices, with a 7.1-point decline in ...
[Interview] Korea should prioritize raising quality of life over indiscriminate growth, argue economists
On Friday, the Hankyoreh sat down with MIT economics professors Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee in Seoul’s Myeongdong area for an interview. The two...
Will LG Chem’s soon-to-be-built massive cathode plant in US ease Korean firm’s IRA woes?
LG Chem has begun construction on what it says will be the biggest cathode plant in the US.The Korean chemical company announced that it held a ground...
Hyundai Motor offloads Russian plant for grand sum of 100 bucks
Hyundai Motor Co. plans to accept the equivalent of 140,000 won (10,000 rubles) to withdraw from its factory in Russia, which has stopped operating am...
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