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Jang becomes first insider to head KOGAS
THE KOREA TIMES Money - July 25, 2013
For the first time in its 30-year history, Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) on Tuesday appointed one of its own employees as president and chief executive of the world’s biggest gas buyer. Previous appointees were selected from outside the company.
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Overseas energy initiatives failed
THE KOREA TIMES Money - July 23, 2013
Resource-deficient Korea went on a spending spree over the past five years in a broad drive to secure energy supplies for the country’s growing economy.
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4-5% across the board hike on pension premiums over 15 years
the hankyoreh - July 10, 2013
Goal is to reduce burden on subsequent generations, but uniform increase could have regressive effects
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Parliament Advises Review Of Taurus, Global Hawk Acquisition Plan
TBS - July 5, 2013
 The National Assembly has advised the government to re-examine its plan to buy European long-range air-to-ground missiles and high-altitude surveillance aircraft from the United States.
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Policymakers downplay household debt risk
The KOREA Herald - July 3, 2013
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Hyun Oh-seok on Wednesday played down some economists’ worries that the nation’s household sector is facing a crisis due to its collective heavy debt.
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