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How Might Joe Biden as President Deal with Korea? Corporate Market Power And Consumer Rights Korea Faces Decision on China Because of the Quad
 

How Might Joe Biden as President Deal with Korea?

What could we expect President-elect Biden to do with regard to policy on North and South Korea when he moves into the Oval Office?

Corporate Market Power And Consumer Rights

Conglomerates will likely reduce the market share of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) in the used car market but enhance services for consumers.

Korea Faces Decision on China Because of the Quad

While South Korea is unlikely to join the Quad in an alliance against China, there are opportunities for it to partner with the bloc.

How Might Joe Biden as President Deal with Korea?

07 November 2020

What could we expect President-elect Biden to do with regard to policy on North and South Korea when he moves into the Oval Office?

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Corporate Market Power And Consumer Rights

06 November 2020

Conglomerates will likely reduce the market share of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) in the used car market but enhance services for consumers.

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Korea Faces Decision on China Because of the Quad

05 November 2020

While South Korea is unlikely to join the Quad in an alliance against China, there are opportunities for it to partner with the bloc.

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South Korea Demonstrates Adaptability in Privacy Protection Guidelines

03 November 2020

Prioritizing public trust and cooperation, government officials are looking to devise new privacy measures to better protect personal information.

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Korea Ends Downturn with Strong Growth in the Third Quarter of 2020

02 November 2020

After two quarters of large declines, real GDP increased 7.9% at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate in 2020Q3, according to the Bank of Korea.

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Economic Concerns Dominate Political Discourse

30 October 2020

After a prolonged focus on anti-corruption, public safety, and North Korea since the Park Geun-hye administration, political discourse returns to bread and butter issues.

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Where do Biden and Trump Voters Stand on U.S.-Korea relations?

29 October 2020

Next week’s U.S. presidential election has, to put it mildly, significant implications for the future of U.S.-Korea relations.

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Meet the Five Korean American Candidates Running for Congress in 2020

28 October 2020

The five Korean-American Congressional candidates have all placed a spotlight on their immigrant histories and commitment to public service.  

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Residual Mistrust in the Government Emerges

27 October 2020

Even as authorities confirm that there is no link between recent deaths and flu shots, public mistrust of the vaccine program is intensifying.

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Public Doubts around the Government’s Approach to Nuclear Power

22 October 2020

Delays with the formal audit of a nuclear reactor raises questions on whether the government is too hastily pushing its green energy platform.

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