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Youth employment worse in provinces than Seoul-Gyeonggi
The Korea Herald - September 6, 2016
According to the National Assembly Budget Office and Statistics Korea, the employment rate for those aged 15-29 in nonmetropolitan areas as of the second quarter stood at 39.6 percent.
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Assembly manages to reopen session for extra budget
The Korea Herald - September 5, 2016
The National Assembly Budget Office had warned that if the supplementary budget is not implemented within the third quarter, it would lead to some 3,000 job losses and a 0.02 percentage point drop in economic growth rate.

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Concern grows over extra budget deadlock
The Korea Herald - August 31, 2016
In an independent analysis by the National Assembly Budget Office, it said that when it comes to extra budget execution, “timing is everything.”
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Taxpayers pay for snowballing losses on expressways
The Korea Times - August 16, 2016
According to the National Assembly Budget Office data submitted to Rep. Yoon Young-il of the minor opposition People's Party, the government will likely have to pay seven operators of expressways built under private-public partnerships to make up for their losses.
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Opposition pushes for corporate tax hike
The Korea Times - August 2, 2016
According to data from the National Assembly Budget Office, 0.1 percent of some 650,000 companies subject to taxation pay about 64 percent of the total corporate tax.

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