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  1. Korea’s FTC Acquits Google of Antitrust Charges

    The antitrust charges were originally brought about in 2011 by South Korea's two largest search operators, NHN Corp.and Daum Communications Corp. The Korean Fair Trade Commission acquitted Google of claims it was demonstrating an unfair advantage...

  2. Google Reveals Argentina, South Korea Investigations

    The company has previously crossed paths with the South Korean government. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it is the subject of probes in both Argentina and South Korea. Both Argentina’s Comision Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia...

  3. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    Doesn’t the title of this document sound a little like the South Korea program? Just two years ago in 2009, in the name of Internet freedom, Google refused to go along with South Korea’s Real ID/Real Name policy.

  4. S. Korean Companies Claim Google's Android Blocking Competing Search Apps

    The owners of South Korea's largest search engines have filed complaints against Google with the country's Fair Trade Commission, alleging that local phone carriers and manufacturers were banned from embedding their search applications on mobile...

  5. North Korea Using Cyberattacks Against US, South Korea

    While the NYT has not concluded who is responsible beyond they "appear to have been launched by a hostile group or government", "the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that the spy agency had implicated North Korea or pro-North Korea groups...

  6. Sovereign CDSs hit record highs

    Elsewhere, Seoul banks Woori Bank and Shinhan Bank saw CDSs climb to 493.7bp and 474.2bp from 458.3bp and 440.4bp respectively as the South Korean government prepares to launch a bank recapitalisation fund.

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  7. Refinancing risks cause jitters in Asia

    By jurisdiction, South Korean corporates top the list of those requiring refinancing in the next year, at 39%, followed by Hong Kong/Chinese companies (22%) and Indian corporates (12%). This practice has become entrenched in South Korea and to some...

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