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* Date : 2013-12-20

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Economics of 'points,' serving as second currency
'Points economy' is rapidly growing in South Korea's economy. From the points provided as additional services by credit card companies to integrated point reward cards, the value of points companies reward customers reach several trillion won each year. Used reward card points accounted for 81% of the total rewarded points last year, rapidly rising from 66% in 2009. Ways to use points expanded endlessly, ranging from shopping, tax payments, credit card payments, to donations, with some even calling points a second currency. Let's take a look at the points card service market that is evolving rapidly, to more than a traditional marketing concept in which companies try to keep regular customers.



Interview
Northeast Asian economic cooperation scheme
Interviewee: Lee Jung-hoon, professor at Yonsei University
Relations among Northeast Asian countries have been cooling recently due to situations surrounding the air defense identification zone. At a time like this, measures to encourage peace and economic cooperation in Northeast Asia are becoming more important. Northeast Asia peace cooperation plan is the third part of President Park Geun-hye's diplomatic security plan that is mainly represented by a trust-building process on the Korean Peninsula. This is a plan in which Northeast Asian countries take the lead in regional economic cooperation based on their trust building and peace cooperation. The plan also aims to create a regional economic bloc such as the European Union. But North Korea's threats and the relations between South Korea and Japan as well as China and Japan surrounding historical issues remain as obstacles in achieving the regional peace cooperation. Despite this, if an integrated economic bloc is created in Northeast Asia, what implications will this have on the region and the world? Bizline will look into Northeast Asia's diplomatic meaning and significance in the global stage and discuss ways to strengthen peace cooperation in Northeast Asia.



ICT
Fight to win leading position in OS market gets fiercer
With an introduction of smartphones, Google's Android and Apple's iOS have entered the operating system(OS) market that had been led by Microsoft. Competition to grab the leading market position is fierce as dominating the OS market would mean controlling related industries including electronic gadgets, TVs, automobiles and cameras that can be connected to apps. In addition, if the cloud system advances further, it will open a new, reorganized OS market. Samsung Electronics is said to be recently working with Intel to develop Tizen, a new mobile operating system. So, why are the global IT giants focusing on the OS? Let's find out the OS market's potential and significance through the ongoing competition in the market that is increasingly getting fiercer.



Hidden champions
Konad captivates women around the world with its nail art kit.

Nail art has been gaining popularity as a way to groom women's appearances around the world. In South Korea, where nail art has been introduced relatively late, the nail art industry has been showing a 20% growth each year. But going to nail shops can be pricey and time consuming. A small South Korean firm Konad has complemented this disadvantage by developing a stamping nail art kit that enabled doing nail art at home easily at low cost. It has captivated women around the world. A company which has won hearts of women from 127 countries around the world with a small idea. Let's find out Konad's secret to success.




North Korea
The story behind Jang Song-thaek's execution
North Korea's official Korea Central News Agency reported on Dec. 13 that Jang Song-thaek, former vice chairman of the National Defence Commission, has been executed immediately after a special military tribunal sentenced him to death on Dec. 12. KCNA said Jang was sentenced to death for seeking treason, behaving so arrogantly as half-heartedly clapping, committing irregularities as well as leading dissolute life. Jang was sentenced to death and executed four days after he was publicly arrested at a meeting of the ruling Workers' Party. From talks of Jang Song-thaek's downfall to public arrest and execution of his death penalty, we will discuss in detail why the North Korean regime has purged Jang Song-thaek so hastily and what its implications are.



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