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PETALING JAYA: While grocery shopping one day, Cheong Hing Wah got a call from The Star saying he won a Samsung 65in Q65A QLED 4K Smart TV.
To join the global village, South Korea does not need to emphasise country of origin anymore for its culture and products, says the writer.
SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday he plans to invest 2.2 trillion won ($1.92 billion) to turn the country into one of the world's five largest COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing bases by 2025, his office said.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea on Tuesday launched COVID-19 vaccinations for workers at key computer chip and electronic businesses to minimise disruptions in the global supply chain amid struggles to keep up with its inoculation schedule.
HANOI (Reuters) - Taiwan's Pou Chen Corp, the world's largest manufacturer of branded athletic and casual footwear, suspended on Wednesday operations at its plant in Ho Chi Minh City as COVID-19 curbs hit factories in the country's business hub.
Exclusive: South Korea in talks with mRNA vaccine makers to make up to 1 billion doses -government official
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is in talks with mRNA vaccine makers including Pfizer and Moderna to produce COVID-19 shots in the country and is ready to offer the capacity to make up to 1 billion doses immediately, a senior government official said.
JOHOR BARU: When manager Willie Ng got a call informing him that he had won an iPhone 12 Mini just by subscribing to The Star, he thought he was about to become a victim of a scam.
SEOUL (Reuters) -Leaders of South Korea's largest conglomerates urged President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday to pardon Jay Y. Lee, the jailed vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, to maintain the country's edge in the chip industry.