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Reporter : Ko Dong-hwan
Tue, February 27, 2024 | 03:50
CJ reshuffles CEOs of major subsidiaries
CJ Group has reshuffled the CEOs of its key subsidiaries as the newly appointed leaders have proven their capabilities, the group said Friday.
Musinsa to select future fashion lineup based on customers' votes
Musinsa, the country's online and offline platform for small and medium-sized fashion brands, has launched a season preview event to collect consumers' votes for their favorite items and decide which clothes to unveil in the coming fall and winter season, according to the company, Thursday.
Will Shinsegae vice chairman stop flexing on social media after losses at retailer?
Shinsegae Group Vice Chairman Chung Yong-jin has been attracting keen attention as to whether he will quit social media as criticism has been mounting that he should spend more time managing E-Mart, the country's largest retail store chain, which lost money for the first time last year, according to industry officials and pundits, Thursday.
New Gadeok airport to open in 2029, generate $22 bil. in economic effects
A new airport on Busan's Gadeok Island will open by the end of 2029 and is projected to generate an economic impact of nearly 29 trillion won ($22 billion), according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Tuesday.
APR aims to become global leader in beauty tech after IPO
APR, a leading Korean company when it comes to the integration of technology and beauty products, is leveraging its advanced technologies for skincare devices and cosmetics to reach out to more customers both domestically and internationally, as it prepares for an initial public offering (IPO).
TV home shopping channels unlikely to rebound amid declining viewership
TV home shopping channels are unlikely to recover from the continuing drop in their sales as more people are spending time with mobile devices instead of television, according to industry watchers, Monday.
Korea to establish 4 new overseas offices to help spur exports of smart farm technology
The Korean government will establish four new offices in countries in the Middle East, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Oceania this year to support the exportation of smart farm technology, a sector that holds high growth potential, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Monday.
Korea to launch satellite to more effectively monitor mountain fires
Korea's government agency for forests is launching a satellite to more effectively contain natural disasters in mountain areas as well as to monitor the ecological conditions of forests in real-time, according to the head of the Korea Forest Service (KFS), Wednesday.
HD Hyundai to set up scholarship foundation for children of workers killed in workplace accidents
HD Hyundai Group has decided to establish a charitable foundation for bereaved families of its shipbuilding business employees who died while on duty, according to the country's major shipbuilding, energy and machinery company, Wednesday.
AliExpress, Temu cause stir for selling 'hanfu' to Koreans
Chinese e-commerce platforms AliExpress and Temu are causing a controversy for selling to Korean consumers 'hanfu,' a Chinese traditional outfit that some Chinese people claimed was the origin of Korean traditional attire 'hanbok,' according to industry watchers, Tuesday.
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