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KEI Daily News - December 8, 2015
Security 1. 82 percent of South Koreans believe unification is necessary 2. S. Korean Navy fires warning shots at Chinese ship in Yellow Sea 3. Park renews calls for passage of anti-terrorism bill 4. China vows to improve relations with N. Korea to 'new level'
South Korean Politics and News 5. Park steps up attack over labor reform 6. Korea bolsters UN presence 7. Bacteria suspected cause of group infection at Konkuk Univ. 8. Hepatitis C patients seek class action against clinic 9. Opposition leader courts UN chief 10. Korea incapable of producing components for KF-X 11. Offensive terms continue to rise online
South Korean Politics and News 5. Park steps up attack over labor reform
13. S. Korea, Russia to broaden 'reciprocal' relations 14. Japanese scholars demand U.S. textbook publisher correct sexual slavery descriptions 15. Opposition leader says U.N. chief should join his party 16. S. Korea, UAE to expand ties in health, culture 17. Park warns of time running out 18. Ruling party strips former NIS chief of membership
19. Amid rift, NPAD moves to change party name 20. KCTU leader to remain at temple Economics 21. Net foreign assets surpass $300B 22. Trade industry celebrates amid troubled times 23. FKI calls for red tape to be cut to bolster services 24. Job data from U.S. keeps Kospi down 25. Low oil prices to delay exports recovery 26. Low birth rate could undermine economic growth: PM 27. U.S., IMF do not view Korea as currency manipulator: Korea Society chief 28. China's central bank approves S. Korean plan to float yuan bonds Editorials 29. Trade can’t be abandoned 30. The end of populism
19. Amid rift, NPAD moves to change party name 20. KCTU leader to remain at temple