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* Date : 2013-03-22

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'Korean wave' in the beverage market.
Korean beverage companies are showing substantial growth in the global beverage market. The increase in overseas sales has reached 200-million US dollars for the first time at the end of last year. The biggest winner in exports is the aloe drink. Sales of aloe drinks jumped 47-percent in North America compared to the previous year. Vinegar drinks and corn silk tea are popular in Japan, banana milk is popular in China and Milkis is doing well in Russia. We take a closer look into the Korea wave that is sweeping the beverage market!
Hidden champions
Creating reality from imagination! 3D printer company [carima]
Creating miniature figures of a person's face or other parts of the body, making tooth implant prototypes infront of the patient, and creating a sample from a drawing by a designer! Making all this a reality is Carima, the first Korean 3D printer manufacturer. With a 30-year history of making optic machinery, Carima developed the first domestic 3D printer that is being sold globally to some 20-nations including Asia and Europe. We focus our attention to the hidden champion Carima which has boldly stepped into the latest digital multi-media industry with home grown technology.
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A breakthrough? Troubled Korean economy.
Interviewer : Professor Shin Sae-don Sookmyung Women's University
Similar to the situation during the period of late Chosun dynasty when global powers like Japan, China, Russia and the United States fought for a better stake in Chosun, some experts are saying that Korea's economic situation is in similar trouble these days. Numerous Korean companies are getting their cues from the United States while the Korean economy is experiencing the effects of the 'currency war' amid Japan's policy of 'devaluing the Yen'. We look into the reasons behind the currency war and dig into solutions for Korea's economic problems.
North Korea
The last isolated city Pyongyang, the reality and illusion.
North Korea's capital city Pyongyang is 2,692-square kilometers wide with a population of around 2-point-5-million. It's North Korea's number one city and the center for politics and culture. The high rise buildings, roads and infrastructure lies uneffected even during the nation's severe economic crisis. After returning from her recent trip to North Korea Google CEO's daughter Sophie Schmidt stated that North Korea was like the 'Truman Show' meaning that the city itself is made for display. This proves speculations about special prerequisites for becoming a Pyongyang citizen. The city of Pyongyang continues to receive government rations when the rest of the country is experiencing famine. We take a closer look at the truth and lies behind the city of Pyongyang through testimonies from North Korean defectors.
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