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Reporter : Yoon Ja-young
Mon, February 26, 2024 | 22:36
Samjong KPMG donates to help local wildfire victims and children in Ukraine
Samjong KPMG has set its sights on helping residents of the country's east coast suffering from wildfires, as well as children in Ukraine threatened by war.
Korea shares digitalization know-how on taxation with India, Georgia
Korea's tax agency has shared its know-how in the digitalization of taxation with the tax agencies of India and Georgia, which can decrease the chances of tax evasion and thus enhance taxpayers' trust in the tax system.
Central bank to restrict exchanging banknotes for fresh ones
Starting next month, it'll be harder to get crisp new banknotes even if one goes to the central bank.
SillaJen granted six-month grace period to avoid delisting
SillaJen got its chance to avoid being delisted from the stock market, as the bourse operator decided to grant it a six-month grace period to improve its situation.
Presidential office reviewing candidates for next central bank governor
Cheong Wa Dae (presidential office) is reviewing possible candidates to replace Bank of Korea (BOK) Governor Lee Ju-yeol, whose term is over at the end of next month.
Foreign workers should file year-end taxes
Wage-earning workers of foreign nationality should file a year-end tax settlement just as workers of Korean nationality do, the tax agency said Sunday. The agency provides various services to support foreign employees in filing their taxes in the country.
Guidelines for financial platform businesses
FSS Governor Jeong Eun-bo speaks at a meeting with representatives of financial platform businesses held in Seoul, Wednesday. Jeong said that supervision guidelines for financial platform businesses will be set up under the principle that the same regulations should apply to both IT companies and traditional financial businesses, as long as they are engaged in the same functi...
IMF revises down economic growth outlook for Korea to 3 percent in 2022
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowered its growth outlook for Korea this year by 0.3 of a percentage point to 3 percent, from its previous estimate, citing the impact of the spread of the Omicron variant and the pessimistic outlook for the U.S. and China, which are Korea's key trade partners.
400th contribution
Robert Neff, right, who has been contributing articles on Korean history in the “About the Past” section of The Korea Times, receives a plaque of gratitude from The Korea Times President-Publisher Oh Young-jin for his 400th contribution, at the newspapers' headquarters in downtown Seoul, Jan. 7. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Koreans drawn to unhealthy bread
While Koreans are increasing their consumption of bread, they seem to be often drawn to “unhealthy” types rather than healthy ones, according to a research paper that especially warned against Ang-Butter and croissants.
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