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* Date : 2013-09-27

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Is emerging Asia headed for a crisis?
The U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to reduce quantitative easing has sparked concerns over capital outflows from developing countries. This led to a freefall of the Indian rupee. India's financial woes are unlikely to ease anytime soon as the country is suffering from current account deficits, capital outflows, fiscal deficit driven low growth and unstable inflation, while the government is struggling to come up with steps to deal with this. This isn't just limited to India. Financial markets of other emerging nations such as Indonesia are swaying on the liquidity withdrawal by the U.S. We need to talk about the economic structure of the emerging countries, which have been warned for their relatively weak fundamentals. We look into the brewing talks of a crisis in emerging Asia, how their crisis is affecting the South Korean economy and how we should deal with this.



Ahn Choong-yong, Ombudsman
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Measures to invite foreign investment
Interviewee: Ahn Choong-young, Ombudsman at Invest Korea, Kotra
Concerns are rising recently that the South Korean economy could be headed for a prolonged low growth. One way to overcome this is to boost investment. Higher investment would create more jobs and revive the economy. President Park has recently said that the companies who invest in South Korea deserve a pat on the back. Investment from foreigners and global companies are particularly important. President Park's recent visit to Vietnam to engage in sales diplomacy is also seen as a relevant move. The amount of foreign direct investment is relatively smaller than South Korean companies' investment in abroad, resulting in an imbalance in investment. Let's talk to the Ombudsman at 'Invest Korea', Kotra about the measures that can encourage foreigners to invest more in the country.



ICT
ICT technologies embedded in children's industry
Children's education market is changing as smart devices become popular. Smart devices are nowadays actively applied in childhood education, beyond watching videos on computers and smartphones. Late last year, a local communications firm launched a robot named 'Albert' which can play the role of a tutor. The robot can read books, play word card game or play animated films by getting instructions from the application of a smartphone installed in its body. 'Near kids' is an application for children that helps interactive communications among kids, parents as well as teachers and owners of academies via smartphones. The app helps academies to run their institutions more efficiently. With the app, the academies can send notifications to parents as well as sending them pictures of what their children are doing in the academies. It also enables parents to send various requests to academies such as medicating their children and allowing them to leave early. The app also  informs the arrival time of shuttle bus in real time. Moreover, 'Kids Pad,' a tablet PC for children was also introduced. It can adjust brightness of the screen to help children's eyesight. It has Korean and English educational contents for children. It is becoming a must have item for parents. Let's take a look at ICT technologies embedded in children's industry, its pros and cons as well as the effective ways to use them.




Hidden champions
Genic's new concept mask sheets dominates the global market
South Korea's hidden champion Genic Co. is well known for its cosmetics brand which has dominated the global market. The company has developed the world's first hydrogel facial mask pack. Its products have been recognized as a new concept mask pack in the market and its upgraded new products are also gaining big popularity. Genic, which has developed water soluble hydrogel mask pack, has grown rapidly in cosmetics market at home and abroad in a short period of time. Let's take a look at the hydrogel mask pack which captured women's heart around the world and the secret of Genic's success to become a global cosmetics brand.




North Korea
South Korean culture which is prevalent in North Korea
Parents who put large efforts in educating their children by giving them expensive private lessons, people who prefer luxury goods, young women going wild on stilettos. Such trends typically in vogue in a capitalist society are now seen in socialist North Korea as North Koreans encounter South Korean soap operas and music. As North Korea is becoming aware of  the Korean wave, or so-called Hanryu, the socialist country is raising its guard against such capitalist mindset and culture spreading to North Korea via publications, culture, arts as well as electronic media. In this week's Bizline, we analyze the changes detected in North Korea and its background. We listen to North Korean defectors and experts what is happening in North Korea in terms of hanryu fever and through what ways it is spreading. We will also discuss if reform and opening of North Korea can accelerate with this phenomenon.




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