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Hyundai Card CEO loses to siblings in lawsuit over funeral guest book
Hyundai Card Vice Chairman and CEO Chung Tae-young lost in a lawsuit filed by his siblings, which was triggered by his refusal to fully disclose the names of guests at the funerals of their parents.
Korea-Vietnam cooperation in tax policies
National Tax Service (NTS) Commissioner Kim Dae-ji, left, shakes hands with his Vietnamese counterpart, Cao Ahn Tuan, after a meeting in Seoul, Monday. The tax agencies of the two countries agreed to cooperate in taxation policies, sharing Korea's know-how in the digitalization of taxation and resolving the problem of dual taxation faced by Korean businesses operating in Viet...
Eximbank bolsters network in Latin America
Export-Import Bank of Korea (Eximbank) is strengthening its financial network in Latin America to help Korean businesses get a head start winning orders overseas before the post-pandemic era starts.
Korea shares digitalization strategy in taxation with UK, Bulgaria
Korea's tax agency has shared its digitalization strategy in taxation with its counterparts in the U.K. and Bulgaria and also agreed to coordinate closely with them to tackle offshore tax evasion.
Citibank Korea sponsors climate action conference for sustainable society
Citibank Korea and Citi Foundation announced the sponsorship of the “3rd Climate Action Conference,” which was held online on March 15. The event was hosted by WWF-Korea with the participation of experts and representatives from a variety of sectors.
Citibank Korea signs export financing deal for Hanwha Solutions' investment in Europe
Citibank Korea announced that it signed a syndicated loan agreement with Hanwha EU Energy Solutions, the European subsidiary of Hanwha Solutions, to support Hanwha's business in Europe.
Samjong KPMG donates to help local wildfire victims and children in Ukraine
Samjong KPMG has set its sights on helping residents of the country's east coast suffering from wildfires, as well as children in Ukraine threatened by war.
Korea shares digitalization know-how on taxation with India, Georgia
Korea's tax agency has shared its know-how in the digitalization of taxation with the tax agencies of India and Georgia, which can decrease the chances of tax evasion and thus enhance taxpayers' trust in the tax system.
Central bank to restrict exchanging banknotes for fresh ones
Starting next month, it'll be harder to get crisp new banknotes even if one goes to the central bank.
SillaJen granted six-month grace period to avoid delisting
SillaJen got its chance to avoid being delisted from the stock market, as the bourse operator decided to grant it a six-month grace period to improve its situation.
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