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KEI Daily News - February 22, 2019
1. N. Korean, U.S. envoys hold additional talks on summit agenda 2. Hotel near N.K.-China border stops receiving bookings amid speculation over Kim's train journey 3. S. Korea to push for joint events with N.K. to mark centennial of independence movement: official 4. Seoul's top nuclear envoy due in Hanoi for summit-related consultations 5.Trump, Kim lookalikes vow efforts for peace 6. Japan won't send warship to maritime exercise off South Korea 7. UN says North Korea has asked for help on food shortages 8. Sanctions could ease with greatly reduced North Korea threat
9. Appeals court rules against Kia in ordinary wage suit 10. Court denies lawyers' request for disclosure of Park-Abe phone talks 11. S. Korea grapples with declining childbirths, looming uncertainties for its future 12. Gov't advised to dismantle weirs built under former president's river project 13. S. Korean civic groups demand Japan end annual event to claim Dokdo 14. Police zero in on cozy ties between police and Burning Sun 15. Ruling on physical labor age limit to have huge ripple effects 16. PM: Inter-Korean forestry cooperation could make progress 'faster'
Kepco reports first operating loss in six years 18.Samsung develops RF chipsets for 5G base stations 19.Fintech app Banksalad sees no. of monthly active users triple to 1.5m 20. Samsung, Hyundai Motor chiefs meet Modi at state lunch 21. S.Korea’s gov’t eases regulations to support SK hynix’s new chip cluster 22. S.Korea’s producer prices drop to 12-month low in Jan 23. Growth pace of S.Korea’s household credit slows down in Q4: BOK 24. S.Korea, Turkmenistan to expand economic ties