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Korea's growth rate could fall to 2.4% in 2013: report
The Korea Times Biz - October 23, 2012
Korea's economic growth could slow to 2.4 percent next year if the eurozone problems persist, weighing on its exports and overall growth momentum, a parliamentary report said Tuesday
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Korean economy projected to grow 3.5% through 2016: report
The Korea Times - October 7, 2012
Korea's economy is expected to grow at an annual rate of 3.5 percent on average through 2016, but its growth may slow if the eurozone crisis further protracts, a report showed on Sunday.
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Korean employees work for 5 years at same company
The Korea Times - September 27, 2012

Korean employees keep working at the same company for quite a shorter period of time than workers in other advanced countries, a report showed Thursday.

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Pension crisis looms larger
The Korea Times - July 12, 2012

National pension funds expected to be depleted by 2053

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Growing fears of a ‘tsunami’ of economic woe
The Hankyoreh - June 5, 2012

Government preparing measures to respond to obstinate Eurozone crisis

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