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KEI Daily News - May 21, 2019
1. S. Korea, U.S. consider 'various ways' to resume talks with N. Korea 2. 60 pct of female N. Korean defectors in China trafficked into sex trade: report 3. U.N. grants sanctions exemption for UNICEF's aid projects in N. Korea 4. WFP's April food provision to N. Korea marks smallest this year 5. U.N. says letter sent by N. Korea over U.S. seizure of ship under review 6. S. Korea pushing to hold defense ministers' talks with Japan, China 7. 'NK food aid will be in line with global consensus' 8.'Inter-Korean ties vital for US-NK talks'
9. Renault Samsung, union deal rejected by workers 10. Government vows to reduce tobacco consumption 11. Moon appreciates UAE's help in getting S. Korean hostage freed 12. Hikes in minimum wage prompt small shop owners to cut labor forces: gov't 13. Former Korean Air executive questioned over car accident 14. 35 Asian cities to discuss solutions for fine dust in Seoul 15. Controversy reignited over Seoul Queer Parade 16. More added to police reform plan
OECD cuts growth outlook for S.Korea’s economy to 2.4 percent 18. Hanjin Heavy shares resume trading on Seoul bourse after financial restructuring 19. S. Korea's ICT exports down for 6th straight month in April 20. Korea under growing pressure to boycott coal finance, faces ‘client dilemma’ 21. Renault Samsung union rejects tentative deal on wages 22. VCs, accelerators and entrepreneurs share insights on startup ecosystem 23. KOGAS seeks mutual growth with SMEs