S. Korea’s working mothers still face low pay, job instability

convert the past Korean women have more opportunities to work after starting a family but government data shows many have to settle for unstable conditions with relatively low pay one in ten make less than eight hundred forty dollars a month Kim J help us look beyond the digits according to data released Friday by […]

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Gov’t to boost Korea’s trade with a goal of becoming top four export powerhouses by 2030

today South Korea mark that’s 56 trade day celebrating the country’s achievements in exports president Minh delivered the speech and outlined the government’s plan to boost outbound shipments even further Kim s own shares with us his remarks president moon jae-in said trade has been the main driving force of the local economy and he […]

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A Secret Government Project Sparks Huge Protest in Wenlou, China

Protests erupt in southern China. People gave up farmland for an “eco-park” But then learned the government had a secret agenda. Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. Big protests over the weekend— and this time, not in Hong Kong. Ok, also in Hong Kong. But I’m talking about the protests in Wenlou. Wenlou […]

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Paid family leave: Time for a federal policy? Full interview with Isabel V. Sawhill | VIEWPOINT

Isabel: The public opinion polling suggests the public, whether they’re Democrats or Republicans, are all in favor by large majorities of having a paid leave policy. Aparna: Hi, I’m Aparna Mathur, and I’m a resident scholar in economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. And I’m really glad to have my co-director from Brookings […]

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