The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has accused international donors of failing to do enough to help "fragile" states increase their domestic revenue. Read Full Story
The third meeting in Beijing between China and North Korea for the joint management and development of two economic zones in North Korea has led to expectations that cooperation between the two countries, particularly Chinese investment in North Korea, will increase substantially in the future.Read Full Story
While relations with North Korea are still very difficult, South Korea’s President Lee Myung-bak, in his Liberation Day speech, has suggested that preparations should be made for the reunification of the two countries, including the introduction of a unification tax.Read Full Story
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