The Korea Herald (Korea)
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - South Korea saw the number and percentage of population engaged in agriculture continue to drop, though the number of urbanites returning or turning to farming has notably increased over the past decade.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said President Donald Trump has firm willingness to implement sanctions against North Korea, in another signal that the country will not pursue sanctions relief in order to resume nuclear talks.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday said former US President George W. Bush’s attendance at a memorial service to commemorate the late South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun reflects strong alliance between the two countries.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - The US State Department on Wednesday reaffirmed that UN sanctions against North Korea will remain in place, after Pyongyang publicly criticized Washington’s “extreme hostile policy” regarding the seizure of its cargo ship, escalating tensions between the two countries amid stalled nuclear talks.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Former BMW engineer says Hyundai as a family-led firm will help seek sustainable, long-term strategy under Chung’s smart leadership.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul said Tuesday that the government’s plans to send food assistance to North Korea will adhere to humanitarian principles and pledged to separate the action from wider political goals.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - While Seoul’s relationships with Tokyo and Beijing are frayed as a result of military conflicts over the past few months, military talks are set to resume in hopes of resolving the outstanding issues.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - The US should revise its strategy of pressuring North Korea to give up all its nuclear weapons before offering any sanctions relief, said a veteran diplomat, in order to avoid repeating diplomatic events that have ended in failure over the past two decades.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday highlighted the importance of the South Korea-US alliance, saying the alliance remains firm and serves as the foundation of his drive for peace.