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Tue, October 26, 2021 | 18:11
POSCO takes leading role in hydrogen reduction steel
POSCO hosted the four-day Hydrogen Iron & Steel Making Forum 2021, which came to a successful close earlier this month. The country's leading steelmaker invited global experts in the steel industry to enhance cooperation and solidarity.
POSCO, Morrow to develop battery materials
Morrow Batteries CEO Terje Anderson, left, and POSCO Chemical Energy Material Business General Manager Chung Dae-hun, pose for a picture after signing an MOU to enhance cooperation in battery materials development and supply during an online ceremony, Monday. Courtesy of POSCO Chemical
100 specialists urge WHO to modernize tobacco policies
One hundred public health experts from around the globe are calling for the World Health Organization (WHO) to modernize its tobacco policies and take a more positive stance on tobacco harm reduction strategies at the upcoming Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) set for November.
Calls rise to ease regulations on e-cigarettes
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized a unit of British American Tobacco (BAT) to keep selling its Vuse Solo e-cigarettes in the United States, marking the first e-cigarette brand to be approved for sale in the U.S despite pressure from politicians and public health groups to strictly regulate the products.
Top firms start to ease in-house social distancing measures
Major conglomerates are preparing for a phased return to normal with the government's “Living With COVID-19” measures, scheduled to be implemented starting next month, easing overseas travel restrictions and lifting bans on gatherings.
Hyundai, Daewoo in race to win Korea's 1st aircraft carrier order
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) are in a heated race to win a 2 trillion won ($1.7 billion) order to build Korea's first aircraft carrier, known as the CVX.
LG backs govt's drive to boost hiring
LG Group promised to hire tens of thousands of people over the next three years as part of the government's youth job support program.
LG CNS helps Korean Air shift IT system to Amazon's public cloud
LG CNS has transitioned Korean Air's IT system to Amazon Web Services' (AWS) public cloud. This move comes three years after the two companies signed an agreement to make the large-scale transition to AWS' cloud platform. Korean Air has become the first global airline to transition its IT system to a public cloud platform. LG CNS says that Korean Air could get a step ahead of...
Edison Motors named as preferred negotiator for SsangYong
The Seoul Bankruptcy Court has named Edison Motors-led consortium as the preferred negotiator for the ailing SsangYong Motor, the court said Wednesday evening.
LG Chem advances into solar panel frame business
LG Chem has become the country's first company to develop plastic frames that could replace the metal ones for conventional solar panels, drastically reducing production cost and weight.
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