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Broadband’s role in achieving the #SDGs Connectivity can accelerate sustainable development, which is why we must work together to connect the next 1.5 billion, ITU’s Doreen Bogdan-Martin explains.


Agerigna, an Ethiopian SNS, was awarded the grand prizeof SNS industry On June. 30, 2015. It was making a dream come true. Lately, KakaoTalk was taken over by Daum with evaluating about 3.5 trillion

Thrifty Gas Station

A bidding to select suppliers of gasoline and diesel fuels for the nation's 1,100 "thrifty gas stations" has officially begun.


Korea's shipbuilding industry has secured 45 percent of the world's ship orders commissioned in the first half of this year.


In a bidding to select casino resort operators, a total of 34 bidders have submitted their applications,


Samsung Electronics has the largest number of wearable patents among global IT companies.


LG Electronics announced on July 1 that its Ultra OLED TV was recognized as the best TV in the two premium markets including the United States and Europe.


Hyundai Development Co. chairman Chung Mong-gyu and Hotel Shilla president Lee Bu-jin joined hands with local governments to promote tourism.


Hyosung Group will spend 1 trillion won to build a plant for polyketone resin and an R&D center in Ulsan near the current production facility.


POSCO has reached a milestone of 800-million-ton cumulative output of steel products in 43 years since its establishment.

Hyundai Kia

Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors reported a 3-percent growth in their combined U.S. sales last month.


Despite the outburst of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in Korea, Kia Motors achieved record-high domestic sales last month thanks to robust sales of SUVs and vans as well as K-series passenger car models.

Lotte casino

Lotte Group will try to build a large-scale casino resort in Busan's North Port in partnership with Malaysia's Genting Group.

doosan heavy

Doosan Heavy Industries said on July 1 that it won water treatment plant projects in Oman and Britain back to back.

samsung heavy

Samsung Heavy Industries has won an offshore plant project worth 5.27 trillion won (US$4.69 billion).

Samsung SDI’s ESS

Samsung SDI has won an energy storage system (ESS) project for Duke Energy, the largest electric power holding company in the United States.


In a fast-moving field like education technology, it’s worth taking a moment to take stock of new developments, persistent trends and the challenges to effective tech implementation in real classrooms.


Hyundai Motor, which suffered sluggish sales in the U.S. market in recent days, has become an official sponsor of the National Football League, one of the most popular sports in America.


Greece could seek legal action to stop the country being forced out of the eurozone if it fails to seal a debt deal, The Daily Telegraph reported on Monday.

galaxy s6

Earlier this year, Samsung had announced there would be "a flood of devices" powered by its Android OS competitor Tizen in 2015.

Hanwha onsure

samsung fire

new energy