SEOUL (Reuters) – Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said steel tariffs will be discussed at the upcoming Group of 7 summit in June, South Korea’s presidential office said on Tuesday after Trudeau
A North Korean diplomat is holding unofficial talks in Helsinki, Finland with a delegation from the U.S. and former South Korean government officials.
SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics said on Friday trading in its shares will be halted for three days between April 30 and May 3 for its planned stock split.
SEOUL (Reuters) – General Motors’ South Korean union said on Thursday that it will not demand a pay rise for this year, but instead wants the U.S. automaker to provide a future production plan
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s finance minister said on Wednesday the lack of jobs growth is now the country’s biggest economic issue.
By Marius Zaharia and Dahee Kim
SEJONG (Reuters) – South Korea’s finance minister on Tuesday said the government would talk to the International Monetary Fund as part of its efforts to avoid being labeled a currency manipulator by
By Joseph White
SEOUL (Reuters) – China is “on the same page” with Seoul over the issues of the Korean peninsula, President Xi Jinping said on Monday, a spokesman of South Korea’s presidential Blue House said.