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KOICA returnees face tough time in landing jobs
The Korea Times - November 7, 2010
Korea is considering expanding overseas volunteer missions following it becoming a donor nation in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development late last year.

But a recent report shows that Korean volunteers are facing a tougher battle than ever in landing a job at home after the completion of their volunteer mission.
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Defective military supplies
The Korea Times - September 8, 2010
In July 2009, the Defense Ministry advertised loudly its new combat boots allegedly made after eight years of research. Officials said the new military shoes’ waterproofing and ventilation were beyond comparison with previous boots.
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Growing debt
JoonAng Daily - September 7, 2010
Park Jong-gyu, second from right, of the National Assembly Budget Office, Park Jung-soo, far right, of the Korea Institute of Public Finance, and other experts attend a public hearing at the National Assembly yesterday.
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Tax cuts for whom?
The Korea Times - August 26, 2010
The government’s latest tax reform plan places top priority on creating jobs and bettering working families’ lives. Or so it seems: It’s one thing for officials to aim at some policy goals, it’s another for their programs to bring about the desired results.
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Central Gov’t Debt Guarantee Nears $26 billion
MK Business News - August 4, 2010
More pressure is being mounted on South Korea’s central government as its guaranteed debt for local governments reached nearly 30 trillion won ($26 billion).
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