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On the occasion of his visit to South Korea in the first week of December, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım and his delegation, including ISPAT President Arda Ermut, met with South Korean businesspeople at a roundtable meeting to discuss opportunities and strengthen commercial ties between the two countries.
SK Securities and Climate Bonds Initiative have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Seoul with the aim of advancing green economic development and expanding South Korea’s nascent green bond market.
President Moon's new administration is very supportive of green investments and is looking to put in place several policy measures to invigorate the growth of a South Korean green bond market, including increasing renewable power generation from 5% to 30%.
Home-grown mainland smartphone brands are likely to face stiffer competition buying high-end handset panels in the near future, as global supplies are expected to shrink after Apple announced its new OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen to the world this week.
Neither love nor money could get reporters in to the Honor press conference at CES 2017 in Las Vegas January – unless they had preregistered.Artificial intelligence is likely to feature big in the next generation of smartphones, and virtual personal assistants will become indispensible.
Asian companies are eyeing Chile's hot infrastructure sector, which has traditionally been dominated by domestic and European companies, the country's concessions director said in an interview on July 11. Chile's concessions unit has over $2 billion of tenders scheduled to be published by the end of the year and its director, Eduardo Abedrapo, told Reuters a $600 million tender for Chile's Route 66, known as "The Fruit Highway," will...