Sunday, December 20, 2009

Daily Kor for December 20, 2009

Another quick-and-dirty edition. I've been traveling all day.
  1. Seoul to revise plans on improving ties with Pyongyang to include linking progress with denuclearization to other economic cooperation (China Daily)
    • North Korea said its effort to improve ties with South Korea not linked to nuclear issue (AFP)
  2. Koea Development Institute predicts KRW will strengthen to 1054 won per dollar in 2010 (Yonhap)
  3. Five fishermen — three South Koreans and two Indonesians — missing in waters off Pusan after boat sinks (AFP, Yonhap)
  4. Hynix to accept bids for controlling stake by January (Bloomberg)
    • #2 chipmaker is seen as capable of spending a higher-than-expected 2.3 trillion won in capital expenditures in 2010 (Reuters via WaPo)
  5. Hyundai to spend $400 million to set up joint venture with Chinese heavy truck manufacturer Baotou Bei Ben (WSJ, Bloomberg)
  6. UN presses North Korea on human rights (Yonhap)
  7. Itaewon club forced to shut down after Lucasfilms lawsuit over "Arse Too Deep To" show (Epoch Times)

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