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Sony 'will not drop' North Korea film The Interview. Los Angeles N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe. North Korea North Korea partially back online Internet crashes in North Korea  North Korea has been suffering severe internet outages, with one analyst saying the country's access to the web was entirely cut
Korean Air chair apologies over daughter's nut rage  South Korea: Cho Yang-ho apologized for the behavior of his adult daughter who delayed a flight in an incident now dubbed 'nut rage' Sony cancels The Interview release
  Los Angeles: Sony Pictures cancels 25 December release of North Korea film The Interview after cinemas decide not to screen it



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1. 2000-12-27 Police battle bank workers South Korea
2. 2001-06-11 General strike South Korea
3. 2001-06-13 Air pilots end strike South Korea
E. 2001-09-23 World Tourism General Assembly South Korea
5. 2002-04-01 Last-gasp strike talks South Korea
G. 2002-08-06 Nuclear reactor work begins North Korea
H. 2002-08-21 North Korea brings in 'market reform' North Korea
2002-09-17 Work began on railway to link Koreas South Korea
J. 2002-09-28 Special economic zone 'ready for visitors' North Korea



    
    

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Work began on railway to link Koreas. South Korea Special economic zone 'ready for visitors'. North Korea Bush warns N. Korea on fuel shipments. Washington Oil shipments to N Korea frozen. North Korea Virus-like attack hits web traffic. South Korea Railway reconnects two Koreas. North Korea Strike cripples railways. South Korea Workers walk off the job. South Korea Koreas to open new transport link. North Korea Fugitive Daewoo boss surrenders. South Korea Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea. South Korea Samsung in price fixing admission. South Korea Trade issues top Pacific summit. South Korea APEC ups trade pressure on Europe. South Korea U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea


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Dec.27  Police battle bank workers


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 General strike
 Air pilots end strike
 World Tourism General Assembly


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 Last-gasp strike talks
 Nuclear reactor work begins
 North Korea brings in 'market reform'


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  UN Security Council: The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions
 The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its draft to remove the threat of military action and reduced the total embargo on military equipment


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Korean trains in historic link-up   North Korea: A pair of passenger trains have crossed the heavily fortified border for the first time in more than 50 years N. Korea receives oil shipment. North Korea Inter-Korean train service starts  South Korea: The first cargo train providing regular service across the border between the two Koreas in more than a half century left for the North

year 2008 Top ^

Australasia markets see further losses
. Sydney Asian markets lift after Fed cut. Japan S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban'   South Korea: Seoul's farm ministry: South Korea has agreed to relax restrictions on beef imports from the US South Korea lifts ban on US beef  South Korea has formally lifted an import ban, allowing meat from young cattle to be shipped into the country Ex-Samsung boss convicted  South Korea: A court convicted Lee Kun-hee on for evading taxes and fined him 110 billion won ($109 million), but said his crimes did not justify a priso... First U.S. beef arrives in Korea after ban. South Korea   Lehman collapse hits Asian shares  Japan: Global markets were reeling after a historic day on Wall Street that saw 2 famous names become the latest victims of the credit crunch Asian markets mixed on AIG rescue. Japan Asian markets fall on U.S. bailout failure  Japan: Nikkei index dropped 4.8% in the first hour of trading, while the Australian Securities Exchange fell 4.5%. S. Korea's KOSPI dropped 3.6% Asian markets dip despite bailout vote. Japan Markets rally after crisis talks. Australia Asia slumps amid bail-out U-turn. Japan

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Japan to extend N Korea sanctions


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S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
  South Korea: South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture N Korea facing hunger due to grain deficit
. North Korea

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  Asia hammered by stocks sell-off in the US  South Korea: Earlier the Dow Jones stock index dropped 5.6%. Markets have been hammered amid fears that the US is heading for a recession Asia stocks dip as crisis fears spread
. Japan Asia stocks drop on economy worry. South Korea Asia shares continue global slide. South Korea

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Samsung to fight court ruling for Apple  South Korea: Samsung plans to challenge a U.S. court ruling that recommends more than $1 billion in damages to Apple over a patent dispute Samsung told to pay Apple $1bn
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  San Francisco Bay Area: A US jury has ruled that Samsung should pay Apple $1.05bn in damages in an intellectual property lawsuit.    It said several of Samsung's devices had in...
South Korea shuts down 2 nuclear reactors
  South Korea had shut down operations at two nuclear reactors after discovering that they were using parts supplied with forged quality certificates

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  N. Korea pulling workers out of joint industrial zone  North Korea: North Korea said that it would pull out all its workers and temporarily suspend operations at the industrial complex it jointly operates with...

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Deadly bombing hits Egypt tour bus
Map of Sinai  Sinai: A bomb attack on a tourist bus in the Sinai peninsula has killed at least three South Korean tourists and an Egyptian driver, officials have said   South Korea ferry company chief detained  Prosecutors have detained Kim Han-sik, Chief executive of Chonghaejin Marine, that owned the ferry that sank last month   South Korea police 'find body' of fugitive ferry boss   Police in South Korea believe they have found the body of Yoo Byung-eun, the fugitive boss of the operator of a ferry that sank in April Korean Air chair apologies over daughter's nut rage
  South Korea: Cho Yang-ho apologized for the behavior of his adult daughter who delayed a flight in an incident now dubbed 'nut rage'
Sony cancels The Interview release
  Los Angeles: Sony Pictures cancels 25 December release of North Korea film The Interview after cinemas decide not to screen it
Sony 'will not drop' North Korea film The Interview   Los Angeles: Sony Pictures says it is looking at different ways to release the film satire, after scrapping its opening following a cyber-attack blamed on N N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe
  North Korea: N Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the US into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind it   North Korea partially back online
  Some internet services have been restored in N Korea after an almost unprecedented internet outage, amid a cyber security row with the US Internet crashes in North Korea
  North Korea has been suffering severe internet outages, with one analyst saying the country's access to the web was entirely cut



  Lehman collapse hits Asian shares  Japan: Global markets were reeling after a historic day on Wall Street that saw 2 famous names become the latest victims of the credit crunch Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea. South Korea S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban'   South Korea: Seoul's farm ministry: South Korea has agreed to relax restrictions on beef imports from the US South Korea lifts ban on US beef  South Korea has formally lifted an import ban, allowing meat from young cattle to be shipped into the country First U.S. beef arrives in Korea after ban. South Korea N Korea facing hunger due to grain deficit. North Korea Australasia markets see further losses. Sydney Asian markets lift after Fed cut. Japan Asian markets mixed on AIG rescue. Japan Asian markets fall on U.S. bailout failure  Japan: Nikkei index dropped 4.8% in the first hour of trading, while the Australian Securities Exchange fell 4.5%. S. Korea's KOSPI dropped 3.6% Asian markets dip despite bailout vote. Japan Markets rally after crisis talks. Australia Asia slumps amid bail-out U-turn. Japan   Asia hammered by stocks sell-off in the US  South Korea: Earlier the Dow Jones stock index dropped 5.6%. Markets have been hammered amid fears that the US is heading for a recession Asia stocks dip as crisis fears spread. Japan Asia stocks drop on economy worry. South Korea Asia shares continue global slide. South Korea Strike cripples railways. South Korea Workers walk off the job. South Korea Fugitive Daewoo boss surrenders. South Korea Virus-like attack hits web traffic. South Korea Samsung to fight court ruling for Apple  South Korea: Samsung plans to challenge a U.S. court ruling that recommends more than $1 billion in damages to Apple over a patent dispute Samsung told to pay Apple $1bn Map of San Jose USA




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Dec.27  Police battle bank workers
2001
Jun.11  General strike
Jun.13  Air pilots end strike
2002
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2003
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  San Francisco Bay Area: A US jury has ruled that Samsung should pay Apple $1.05bn in damages in an intellectual property lawsuit.    It said several of Samsung's devices had in...
2014 Dec.22   North Korea partially back online   Some internet services have been restored in N Korea after an almost unprecedented internet outage, amid a cyber security row with the US Dec.22 Internet crashes in North Korea
  North Korea has been suffering severe internet outages, with one analyst saying the country's access to the web was entirely cut




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2013 Apr.8   N. Korea pulling workers out of joint industrial zone  North Korea: North Korea said that it would pull out all its workers and temporarily suspend operations at the industrial complex it jointly operates with...



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2005 Oct.13 Samsung in price fixing admission
. South Korea



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2001 Sep.23  World Tourism General Assembly 2014 Feb.16 Deadly bombing hits Egypt tour bus Map of Sinai  Sinai: A bomb attack on a tourist bus in the Sinai peninsula has killed at least three South Korean tourists and an Egyptian driver, officials have said



Korea, Business Public Transportation Timeline ... See World Public Transportation timeline Top ^
2002 Sep.17 Work began on railway to link Koreas
. South Korea 2003 Jun.13 Railway reconnects two Koreas. North Korea 2004 Jun.4 Koreas to open new transport link. North Korea 2007 May.16 Korean trains in historic link-up   North Korea: A pair of passenger trains have crossed the heavily fortified border for the first time in more than 50 years Dec.10 Inter-Korean train service starts  South Korea: The first cargo train providing regular service across the border between the two Koreas in more than a half century left for the North



Korea, Business Business Sanctions Timeline ... See World Business Sanctions timeline Top ^
2002 Nov.14 Oil shipments to N Korea frozen
. North Korea 2006 Oct.14 U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  UN Security Council: The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions
 The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its draft to remove the threat of military action and reduced the total embargo on military equipment
2009 Apr.9 Japan to extend N Korea sanctions




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2008 Jul.15 Ex-Samsung boss convicted  South Korea: A court convicted Lee Kun-hee on for evading taxes and fined him 110 billion won ($109 million), but said his crimes did not justify a priso... 2014 May.7   South Korea ferry company chief detained  Prosecutors have detained Kim Han-sik, Chief executive of Chonghaejin Marine, that owned the ferry that sank last month Dec.11 Korean Air chair apologies over daughter's nut rage
  South Korea: Cho Yang-ho apologized for the behavior of his adult daughter who delayed a flight in an incident now dubbed 'nut rage'




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2002 Aug.21  North Korea brings in 'market reform'



Korea, Business Trade Timeline ... See World Trade timeline Top ^
2005 Nov.17 Trade issues top Pacific summit
. South Korea Nov.18 APEC ups trade pressure on Europe. South Korea 2010 May.23 S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea   South Korea: South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture



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2014 Dec.17 Sony cancels The Interview release
  Los Angeles: Sony Pictures cancels 25 December release of North Korea film The Interview after cinemas decide not to screen it
Dec.19 Sony 'will not drop' North Korea film The Interview   Los Angeles: Sony Pictures says it is looking at different ways to release the film satire, after scrapping its opening following a cyber-attack blamed on N Dec.20 N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe   North Korea: N Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the US into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind it



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2014 Jul.21   South Korea police 'find body' of fugitive ferry boss   Police in South Korea believe they have found the body of Yoo Byung-eun, the fugitive boss of the operator of a ferry that sank in April



Korea, Business Energy Business Timeline ... See World Energy Business timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.6  Nuclear reactor work begins 2012 Nov.5 South Korea shuts down 2 nuclear reactors  South Korea had shut down operations at two nuclear reactors after discovering that they were using parts supplied with forged quality certificates



Korea, Business Oil Timeline ... See World Oil timeline Top ^
2002 Nov.13 Bush warns N. Korea on fuel shipments
. Washington 2007 Jul.13 N. Korea receives oil shipment. North Korea