Daily Press 05/22/2017

 
Daily Press 05/22/2017

Security

1. North Korea claims Sunday’s missile test was ‘perfect’
2. U.S. will pay for Thaad, special envoy assured
3. Moon's top security advisor points to need for dialogue with N. Korea
4. S. Korea: N. Korea's new missile not capable of reaching Guam
5. S. Korea to flexibly handle civilian inter-Korean exchanges
6. N.K. says its leader OKs deployment of new missile for action
7. UNSC set to discuss response to N. Korean missile launch in emergency meeting
8. S. Korea, US, Japan's nuke envoys condemn N. Korea's recent missile launch

News and Politics

9.  S. Korea welcomes Iran president's re-election, expects better ties
10.  Parties agree to vote on PM nominee early next week
11.  Moon's special envoy departs for Russia
12.  President orders investigation into predecessor's river restoration project
13.  Park Geun-hye to appear in court in first hearing tomorrow
14.  Woman to be Moon’s top envoy
15.  Foreign minister nominee forces daughter to give up US citizenship
16.  Korean adoptee finding families for more children

Economy

17. (News Focus) Finance minister nominee set to expand fiscal intervention to boost economy
18. S. Korea ranks No. 1 in mobile finance usage in Asia-Pacific region: report
19. Air Busan opens new headquarters building
20. Samsung to continue seeking M&A
21. Moon's job policy draws split response
22. Samsung Fire's marine insurance falters
23. Moon names top economic advisers to begin reforms
24. China’s THAAD crackdown to cause more than $5 billion on consumer goods losses

Editorials

25.Diplomacy rising
26. Trump’s loose lips and America’s intelligence relationships