DAILY PRESS 09/12/2017

 
DAILY PRESS 09/12/2017

Security

1. U.N. Security Council unanimously adopts new sanctions against N. Korea
2. Schroeder: S. Korea should keep door open for dialogue with N. Korea
3. Seoul says UNSC resolution shows int'l resolve not to tolerate N.K. nukes
4. New UN Security Council sanctions fall short of ban on oil sales
5. LKP campaign calls for recall of American nukes
6. Peru, Mexico expel N. Korean diplomats
7. Opposition calls for 'nuclear tit-for-tat'
8. Budget for Seoul’s own anti-missile system “dramatically” slashed: lawmaker

News & Politics

9. Foreigners become fond of S. Korea through learning taekwondo: survey
10. (2nd LD) Energy minister checks safety of reactors in quake-hit city
11. S. Korea working to confirm if its nationals are among families of IS fighters held in Iraq
12. (LEAD) Chief justice nominee grilled over political orientation, credentials
13. Constitutional Court nominee rejected
14. Ahn Cheol-soo rolls political dice
15. Busan flood made worse by malfunctioning drainage pumps and human error
16. Education Ministry calls kindergarten strike ‘illegal’

Economy

17. S. Korea has no plan to raise ownership tax: finance minister
18. (LEAD) Lotte scion to sell most of stakes in key affiliates
19. (2nd LD) Kumho Tire submits self-rescue plan to creditors
20. Gov't urged to drop scaled-back 2018 infrastructure budget
21. IMF chief expresses support for Moon’s growth policies
22. First physical cryptocurrency exchange opens
23. Restrictions drive borrowers from mortgage to credit loans: data
24. [Monitor] South Korea’s family benefits spending still low

Editorial

25. More talk of nukes
26. Stagnant wage growth