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Reuters  Sep 17  Comment 
South Korea's Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd, whose collapse has disrupted global trade, is considering a restructuring plan to sell more than half its ships, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Forbes  Sep 16  Comment 
The Council on Foreign Relations has just released a report of an independent task force on policy toward North Korea, titled A Sharper Choice on North Korea: Engaging China for a Stable Northeast Asia,  directed by Adam Mount, Senior Fellow at...
CNNMoney.com  Sep 16  Comment 
Samsung will resume sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone in South Korea later this month.
Forbes  Sep 15  Comment 
U.S. President Barack Obama stated clearly immediately following North Korea’s fifth nuclear test that “the United States does not, and never will, accept North Korea as a nuclear state. Far from achieving its stated national security and...
NPR  Sep 15  Comment 
North Korea may face tougher sanctions in response to its most recent nuclear test, the most powerful blast yet. But Pyongyang keeps finding workarounds to the punitive measures.
New York Times  Sep 14  Comment 
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged the Security Council to take “urgent actions” in a news conference before his last annual General Assembly session as the United Nations leader.
New York Times  Sep 14  Comment 
North Korea reported hundreds of people dead or missing but has not publicly appealed for outside help, instead relying on internal mobilization.
Reuters  Sep 14  Comment 
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd , which has urged users of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone to turn them in due to fire-prone batteries, said it will perform a software update in South Korea that limits the devices' charge to 60 percent.
Japan Today  Sep 13  Comment 
Despite North Korea's deepening isolation, along its border with China and Russia construction of tourist hotels is brisk and mountains of Siberian coal await shipment to Shanghai. A bustling bazaar-style market is overflowing with goods from...




 
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