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National Assembly raising alarming calls over rising household debts
MK - September 15, 2015
According to ‘the Park Guen-hye government’s real estate policy: household debts status and analysis,’ submitted by the national assembly budget office to Rep. Shim Jae-chul of the Ruling Saenuri Party on Monday, the number of multiple debtors who borrowed from more than three financial institutions is on the rise again.
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US rate hike to have adverse effects on Korea
The Korea Times - August 30, 2015
The won's weakness against the dollar will not help Korean exporters as much as expected because of the lackluster global economic recovery, according to a National Assembly Budget Office economic report.
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[Exclusive] Nation Suffers a Deficit, Yet Government Increases "Tax-Free ...
The Kyunghyang Shinmun - July 20, 2015
According to the data by the National Assembly Budget Office on July 19, thirty-eight items for special taxation were newly installed in the last three years, and among them 22, 57.9% of them were suggested by the government. Due to these new items, tax revenues are estimated to have decreased by 386 billion won every year.
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Think tanks cut S. Korea potential growth
MK NEWS - July 17, 2015
The National Assembly Budget Office, an economic research institute under the National Assembly, and the Hyundai Research Institute, an private research center, predict the potential growth at between three percent and 3.5 percent.
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Caregivers paid less than kindergarten teachers
KOREA TIMES - July 17, 2015
According to the Ministry of Welfare and the National Assembly Budget Office survey, the nation's daycare center caregivers in general worked an average of 9 hours and 28 minutes a day and their monthly salary was 1.55 million won ($1,352), on average, in 2011. Public daycare center workers received 1.88 million won while caregivers working in private centers earned only 1.45 million won.

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