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Pyongyang’s Hydro Bomb rattles Korea’s Kospi Rally


     South Korea’s economy has demonstrated incredible strength and resiliency over the past 65-years, to become the eleventh largest economy in the world, and the fourth largest in Asia, behind China, Japan, and India. Much of the country’s infrastructure was destroyed during the Korean War that followed in 1950-1953. After the war, South Korea became heavily dependent on US-aid. In the…

Sep 05, 2017