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  • Household debt poses greatest risk: BOK

    [November 10, 2016]  [The Korea Times] The National Assembly Budget Office (NABO) also said in a report that Korea's monetary policy has reached its limit as a tool to revive the economy.
  • S. Korea's debt ratio not that low, given population aging: report

    [October 31, 2016]  [YONHAP NEWS] The National Assembly Budget Office said in the report that Seoul thus needs to step up efforts to bolster its fiscal soundness as its national debt has been rising at a much faster clip in the 2010s than countries in Southern Europe t
  • Medical students shun urology, cardiothoraic surgery residency programs

    [October 24, 2016]  [yonhapnew agency] In the report, the National Assembly Budget Office said the financial benefit for a foreign training program could not be a fundamental remedy to woo medical students to the programs.
  • Conglomerates invest W23 tril. in tax havens

    [October 19, 2016]  [The Korea Times] The National Assembly Budget Office said the so-called "Panama Papers," which leaked the offshore accounts of world leaders and the rich, put a spotlight on offshore tax evasion by the powerful and affluent in the countr
  • Canceled penalties tarnish FTC

    [October 05, 2016]  [The Korea Times] The National Assembly Budget Office said the revoked penalties are causing trouble for the management of government coffers as its penalty collection ends up far below expectations. It said that the FTC should enhance its expertise.
  • GDP growth-forecast

    [September 21, 2016]  [YONHAP NEWS] South Korea's GDP per capita reached $27,214 in 2015 and is expected to grow to $31,744 three years later, according to the report compiled by the National Assembly Budget Office.
  • Youth employment worse in provinces than Seoul-Gyeonggi

    [September 06, 2016]  [The Korea Herald] 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.
  • Assembly passes extra budget plan

    [September 05, 2016]  [The Korea Herald] 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.
  • Assembly manages to reopen session for extra budget

    [September 05, 2016]  [The Korea Herald] 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.@@
  • Concern grows over extra budget deadlock

    [August 31, 2016]  [The Korea Herald] 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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