2019.03.04 NEWS CENTER Headlines

2019.03.04 NEWS CENTER Headlines


During the first National Security Council
meeting since the Kim-Trump summit, President Moon Jae-in said the two leaders made meaningful
progress through dialogue, and highlighted the need to help find ways to bridge the gap. Meanwhile, over in Washington, numerous officials
have been emphasizing that the U.S. was prepared for a big deal. Semiconductors only made up 16 percent of
the nation’s overall overseas shipments in January. The number slid down to the lowest in 19 months
mainly due to weak demand and falling prices. South Koreans woke up to the fourth consecutive
day marked by hazy and toxic air pollution as the concentration of fine dust rises in
most parts of the country. The government decided to implement measures
to reduce the levels of fine dust in several cities and provinces.

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