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|... too many times before. It even provided a nice buying opportunity. Thanks Kim. More so, given that the citizens of South Korea - the most immediate casualty of an all-out war - aren't highly concerned. New York Times bureau chief in South Korea, Choe ...|
|... they all own Samsung, they all own Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. And if you look at the index, China, South Korea and Taiwan make up almost 60% of the benchmark. The problem is, a lot of those markets considered 'emerging' have, in fact ...|
|... surprise of surprises, its ally and next-door neighbour, Canada. Mexico, I could understand or even China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Germany or Switzerland - for these are the countries the US Treasury Department (in its recent semi-annual report) ...|
|ANZ entered into an agreement to sell its Vietnamese retail business to an NYSE-listed South Korean group. Shinhan Bank Vietnam, owned by Shinhan Financial Group, will become the new owner of ANZ's retail presence while the latter focuses on its institutional ...|
|... November last year.) This is a remarkably surprising response especially given that the governments of China, Russia and South Korea and Japan are on high alert. Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun reports that China and Russia had "dispatched intelligence-gathering ...|
|... the Asia-Pacific region after it acquired Sydney-based Eureka in September last year and opened an office in Seoul, South Korea in 2015. AXA Investment Managers Real Assets' global head of Asia, Frank Khoo said: "With the growing appetite for international ...|
|... America as their major export market. China's exports to the US accounts for 18% of its overall exports; Japan, 20%; South Korea, 13%; and India and New Zealand, 12% each. Trump's isolationist policies would certainly affect them more than Australia. ...|
|... Thailand (-9.5%); the Philippines (-6.9%); Taiwan (-1.2%); India (-1.2%); and the US (-1.8%). Shipments increased to South Korea (+11.9%); Malaysia (+5.9%); and China (+4.4%). Imports shrank by 8.8% over the 12 months to November after dropping by 16.5% ...|
|... contributed $11.4 billion of the total in foreign investments, ahead of New Zealand ($5.2 billion), China ($2.5 billion) and South Korea ($2.2 billion). Justifying this, an investment manager anonymously quoted in the report said that Japan "has a very ...|
|... driven by a sharper contraction in imports (down 16.3% in the year to September) relative to exports (down 6.9%). South Korea GDP Advanced estimates show that South Korea's economic growth eased slightly to 0.7% in the third quarter from 0.8% in the ...|
New research from the Australia Institute and Quit Nukes shows most major Australian superannuation funds still have holdings in nuclear weapons.
Australian Ethical has acquired a stake in the newly launched Sentient Impact Group, a boutique chaired by former NAB chief Andrew Thorburn.
The integration of IOOF's legacy superannuation and investments platform has now finalised.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose the acquisition of Sydney Airport by a consortium comprising IFM Investors, AustralianSuper and others.
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