Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Daily Kor for March 30, 2010

It appears we've come back around to the prospect of the sinking of the Chonan having been caused by North Korea. The question would then be whether it was a recently laid mine or something from long ago. I don't mind them taking their time and getting as much forensic evidence as they possibly can so they can make the best decision. But then what?
  1. Seoul says naval mine from North Korea may have sunk Chonan (WaPo, The Times, BBC, AP via CTV, Korea Herald, Chosun Ilbo)
  2. Seoul watching for signs of possible visit by Kim Jong-il to China, as Dear Leader meets new Chinese envoy (Yonhap, Bloomberg)
  3. South Korea's manufacturing sentiment at seven-year high (CNBC)
  4. Bank of Korea's monetary policy to focus on cementing recovery (Yonhap)
  5. Heo Kyung Seo wins Kia Classic by six strokes; Michelle Wie drops from second to sixth (Orange County RegisterChosun Ilbo, Donga Ilbo)
  6. Engbot program canceled on fears of robophilia (Korea Times

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