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* Date : 2013-04-12

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Impact of the Recent Low Yen Trend on the Korean Economy
Korea is very much dependent on exports for the sustenance of its economy and Japan is one of its biggest rivals in the global market. Big Mac Index shows that Korea products are getting relatively more expensive than the Japanese products. The recent low yen trend, which has pushed up the won value, is taking a toll on Korea’s exports as well. Small-and medium-sized manufacturers and automakers that compete with Japanese peers in the overseas market are suffering, prompting the Korean government to take action. However, with the challenge poses new opportunities as businesses are turning to improving product quality and heightening brand image rather than being just dependent on price competitiveness.


Hidden champions
Roll Pack Co., Ltd., a Global Leader in Vacuum Packaging Technologies… Ensuring Food Safety.
Concerns about food safety and storage issues have grown around the world amid lingering "agflation" that buoyed up food costs and rising radiation fears after the March 2011 earthquake in Japan. The number of people interested in improving their health and wellbeing is also on a steady rise. Roll Pack Co., Ltd., Korean vacuum packaging company, didn’t miss the opportunity to meet consumer demand. The company developed the world's first air channel film molding technology that removes air from a specially designed vacuum bag to preserve freshness in food inside, like vegetable, fruits or fish. The company also produces super-thin vacuum bag that is only 0.075 milimeter in thickness despite being made of seven layers of films. Roll Pack exports its products to 20 different countries around the world including the U.S. and its overseas sales account for nearly 80% of the company's total revenue. We examined the driving factors behind the success of Roll Pack, which is this week's global hidden champion.


Interview
What Lies ahead for the Korea’s ICT Industry
Interview: Kim Dong-wook, president of Korea Information Society Development Institute
South Korea is strong in IT with high penetration rate of high-speed internet and smartphones. The country is small without rich natural resource, but boasts of its high tech capability. In the late 1990s, the Korean government set a goal to build a creative knowledge-based nation through information technology initiatives, which led the country to make a stellar achievement in the IT manufacturing sector. A substantial amount of investment in information and communication technologies brought outstanding IT manufacturing skills and helped the country quickly recover from the 1997/8 Asian financial crisis. Such support for the IT industry dwindled in the past administrations as the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Information and Communication were dismantled. But the Korean ICT industry is expected to be back on track after President Park Geun-hye created the Ministry of Science, ITC, and Future Planning to seek new growth engines in the ICT industry. We will investigate about the prospects of the Korean ICT industry and various related issues including the strengthening competitiveness in the sector, such as software development, system semiconductors, and ICT ecosystem, as well as finding creative individuals with talent, and market maturity.

ICT
Payment Innovation, Mobile Payment Service!
A smartphone has become a must-have item in the modern society because it makes people’s lives easy by allowing them to access to a broad range of information. But it has added another bonus, a smart mobile payment service. Similar service had been in use in feature phones along with the use of credit card micro chips inserted in the mobile, but the smart mobile payment system now has so much more to offer. It provides an application on the AppStore. For instance, one only needs to install the mobile payment service application "MoCa" in the smartphone and the program will automatically gather all the service points, even the long-forgotten ones. Furthermore, MoCa can figure out the best offers available on the cyberspace by just punching in the credit and check card numbers. It is the next "it" thing to replace wallets and the plastics completely. We were there to look further into the mobile payment service.

North Korea
Hackers in North Korea
A cyber-attack on March 20 in South Korea disabled computer networks and operating systems of major TV networks and banks, incurring massive restoration costs and creating social disruption. While the investigation to find out the origin of the malicious cyber-attack is still under way, some are speculating that North Korea might be behind the attack. Experts said North Korea has consistently attempted cyber-attacks on social infrastructure in South Korea since early 1990s, and the reclusive country has been blamed for a series of the massive cyber-attacks shutting down computer networks of some major banks, newspapers and institutions over the last four to five years. According to cyber security and North Korea experts, Pyongyang has trained more than 12,000 professional hackers since the Gulf War in the Middle East to prepare for cyberspace warfare. Does a unit of "cyber worriors" really exist in North Korea? We will investigate the size of the country’s cyber warfare unit and skills North Korean professional hackers’ cyber offensive possess.

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