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RI aims to seal CEPA with

In a bid to boost investment from South Korea, the Indonesian government is planning to wrap up talks on a comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA) with the East Asian nation in the first half of this year. The Trade Ministry’s ... Read More

Korea still seen as emerging market

By Kim Rahn Is Korea an advanced economy or an emerging one? Most economic data suggests it is the former, given that the nation has a huge current account surplus, sound fiscal health and a large volume of stock trading. ... Read More

ASEAN-Korea Center to hold seminar on regional economy

By Yoon Ja-young (2014-02-10 21:01) A seminar on the Association of Southeast Nations’ (ASEAN) functionality as an economic community will be held at the Westin Chosun Hotel in Seoul, today. The ASEAN-Korea Center, a Seoul-based inter-governmental organization, has invited experts ... Read More

Indonesia’s growth falls below 6 percent

By AP News Feb 05, 2014 7:07PM UTC JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesia’s economy grew at its slowest pace in four years in 2013 because of a slump in commodity prices and a slowdown in consumer spending. The Central Statistics ... Read More

Capital outflows from emerging markets hit Korea

By Matthew Circosta 2014-02-16 14:16 Despite some panic in emerging economies in Asia, Europe and Latin America, the market reaction to the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to continue tapering asset purchases is playing to script. Outflows of capital from Asia ... Read More

Korea Ranks 14th in Market-Leading Products

Jan. 23, 2014 09:21 KST A total of 64 Korean export products had the biggest share in the global market in 2012, placing the country at 14th in the world. But the number of Korean exports accounting for the largest ... Read More

Indonesia to Boost Export to South Korea

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Director General for National Export Development, Nus Nuzulia Ishak, said that Indonesia will utilize ASEAN-Korean Centre to enter export market in South Korea. Indonesia also targets investment, cultural, and tourism cooperation. "Indonesia could gain benefit from Korea's ... Read More

Indonesia Eyes South Korean Market

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Director General for National Export Development, Nus Nuzulia Ishak, said that Indonesia would use  the ASEAN-Korea Center to aim for the South Korean market, not only on trade issues but also on investment, culture and tourism. "Indonesia can benefit ... Read More