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Gov’t plans for balanced budget unlikely to succeed: report
MBN - May 25, 2012

The South Korean government will most likely fail to reach its target for balanced budget in 2013, said the latest report by the National Assembly Budget Office (NABO) published Friday.

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Rich/poor gap continues to widen
The Hankyoreh - May 4, 2012

Top 1 percent of earners claiming a larger and larger share of national income

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S.Korea’s economic growth for 2012 drastically lowered
The Hankyoreh - December 13, 2011
Working people suffering will grow, while financial distress in U.S. and Europe to blame
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[Editorial] Back to budget work
The Korea Herald - October 28, 2011
The Korean economy is losing vitality fast, making it impossible to attain this year’s growth target that has already been revised downward to 4.3 percent. The year-on-year growth dropped to 3.4 percent in the third quarter, the lowest since the third quarter of 2009...
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‘Green Village’ another divisive project from the Lee administration
The Hankyoreh - October 5, 2011
The administration has continued its pattern of forcing through projects through procedural violations and despite resident opposition
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