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* Date : 2014-01-10

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Plunging gold prices, how they affect the economy
Value of gold, considered as a traditional safe haven, is free falling. Gold prices which continued to soar to 1,878 dollars per ounce in 2011, tumbled nearly 30% in 2013, briefly falling below 1,200 dollar level at the end of last year. This is largely because of a recovery in the U.S. economy, expectations of tapering quantitative easing, and rising concerns over global deflation. It is difficult to estimate if gold prices have hit the bottom or its falling trend will continue. On the contrary, trading of gold and investment in gold banking are becoming more active as bargain hunting demand surged amid plunging gold prices. The culture of giving gold rings for babies' first birthday, which had withered for a while amid sharply higher gold prices, is also emerging again. We will examine how the volatile gold prices affect South Korea's economy.





Interview
South Korea's economic outlook for 2014 based on President Park's New Year's address and press conference
Interviewees:Hyun Jeong-taek, professor at Inha University/vice chairman of National Economic Advisory Council/former president of KDI
During the New Year's press conference held on Jan. 6, 2014, President Park Geun-hye talked about the government's economic policy plans for this year. Each year, the president's New Year's address and press conference come under the spotlight because they provide directions of economy related policies for that year. Moreover, the economic policies for 2014 announced late last year by Hyun Oh-seok, deputy prime minister for economic affairs is also a barometer suggesting the direction of South Korea's economy in 2014. If so, how will the economy change this year, based on the speeches and press conference? And is there anything that should be complemented? We will forecast this with experts.






ICT
An era of smart parking
Smart vehicle is the new paradigm for cars. With the development of driverless vehicle technologies underway around the world, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) has succeeded in developing a completely autonomous car parking and summoning technology. Its principle is to download a parking lot map via an application from nearby the parking lot and then the car will valet park itself. Unlike the existing commercialized parking assistance system, drivers don't need to operate gearshifts, accelerators or brakes at all. Researchers expect this technology to be commercialized within the next five years. We will introduce the autonomous car parking technology, which will become the foundation of developing driverless cars.






Hidden champions
Yangjisa, a premium diary manufacturer
As the new year began, purchase of diaries, which are used for planning and organizing a year, is on the rise. In particular, sales of diaries, which had been sluggish amid popularity of smartphones, have been rising by 10% each year helped by analogue nostalgia. A small South Korean company is drawing attention with its high quality diaries. Yangjisa Co., which began the diary business for the first time in South Korea, has been producing diaries for 35 years. It has been putting efforts to produce premium diaries by using high quality, environment friendly paper and building a fully autonomous processing system. Let's find out its secret to popularity in about 30 countries around the world amid competition with cheap Chinese stationaries.






North Korea
North Korea's nuclear technology, how far has it come?
Concerns have been raised about North Korea's possible armed provocations, including nuclear tests, in a bid to ease its internal unrest stemming from the recent execution of Jang Song-thaek. Amid rising concerns, North Korea is already showing signs of expanding its uranium facilities and is likely to have restarted more 5MWe nuclear reactors located in Yongbyon, a U.S. think tank said last month. As a result, the North's nuclear issues are once again under the spotlight. For the North, nuclear is no longer a weapon used for political propaganda. It is in the process of transforming into a weapon with military implications. Let's find out how threatening and powerful North Korea's nuclear weapons can be.



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