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On the Spot
: Baek Byung-yeul
Wed, July 17, 2019 | 11:41
'Microbes key to solving energy problems'
“White” biotechnology can provide an alternative to fossil fuels and lower carbon emissions, amid growing public concerns about global warming and other environmental challenges, according to experts here and abroad.
SK hynix mass-produces world's first 128-layer 4D NAND flash
SK hynix has begun mass-producing the world's first 128-layer NAND chips, improving its technological capability in the flash memory sector, the chip-making arm of SK Group said Wednesday.
| 2019-06-26 17:09
Facebook offers digital marketing tool for SMEs
Facebook is trying to expand its advertiser base to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) here as it offers digital marketing courses to help SME owners leverage the social network service to promote more products and services, the company said Wednesday.
| 2019-06-26 17:09
IBS faces probe for misusing research funds
The state-run Institute for Basic Science (IBS) is facing an additional audit by the science ministry for alleged misconduct, including misusing research funds and improper recruiting, according to ministry officials Monday.
'We will help companies better manage customer relations'
Salesforce wants to help more Korean companies achieve successful digital transformation and is planning to expand its business operations here in customer relationship management (CRM) software to do this, the Korean branch of the U.S.-based company said Monday.
| 2019-06-24 16:33
Samsung embroiled in multiple patent lawsuits in US
Samsung Electronics has been embroiled in a series of lawsuits in the United States over intellectual property infringements, a move that could paint an unsavory picture of the tech giant, industry analysts said Sunday.
| 2019-06-23 17:03
Korean firms' presence in China falling amid trade feud
According to local corporate tracker Chaebul.com, the number of Chinese branches of the top 10 Korean companies decreased from 507 in March 2017 to 480 in March 2019, while their U.S. branches increased from 350 to 395 during the same period.
| 2019-06-23 16:53
5G self-driving bus in Seoul
Elementary school students experience SK Telecom's 5G network-based self-driving bus during the Sangam Self-Driving Festival in Seoul, Saturday. / Courtesy of SK Telecom
| 2019-06-23 15:43
BMW expanding Korea's motorsport scene
BMW Group has been bolstering its efforts to expand the base of motorsports here by taking part in auto racing and hosting related events to let more people experience the fun of driving, its Korean unit said Thursday.
| 2019-06-20 17:12
Hyundai Mobis to open hydrogen refueling station for free
Hyundai Mobis will open a hydrogen refueling station in Chungju to the public free of charge, a first step towards making the North Chungcheong Provincial city a “hydrogen-powered city,” the auto parts manufacturing arm of Hyundai Motor Group said Thursday.
| 2019-06-20 17:11
41 cafes caught for using unhygienic ice
Korea to restrict foreigners' visa extensions for defaulting on health insurance fees
Ex-lawmaker Chung Doo-un found dead on Seoul mountain
Expensive veterinary clinic fees lead to abandonment of pets
Farmers, fishermen fear Japan's expanding export curbs
US diplomat to discuss trade scuffle between Seoul, Tokyo
David vs. Goliath: South Chungcheong's battle against coal
Korea, Israel agree to boost ties in manufacturing, high-tech
When justice meets reality
'MBC violates anti-workplace bullying law'
Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
FINA World Championships 2019
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