South Korea says to act against China's discrimination against South Korean firms - The Fiscal Times

Trade Minister Joo Hyung-hwan made the statement while visiting the United States, the ministry said in a statement. South Korean media said last week Chinese government officials had given verbal guidance to tour operators in China, to stop selling ...

China's THAAD retaliations may be in violation of WTO, FTA rules: foreign minister - The Korea Herald

A recent series of retaliatory economic actions taken by China against South Korea may be in violation of international trade law as well as their bilateral trade pact, Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se said Sunday, alluding to Seoul's possible move to ...

China protests South Korea's antimissile system – with consumer boycotts - Christian Science Monitor

South Korean goods have a huge market in neighboring China. But those exports are now a weapon for Beijing in times of conflict. Monitor's Best: Top 5. How does a water bear survive desiccation? Cover Story Trump vs. the media: the war over facts ...

South Korea Tourism Industry at Risk in Political Spat With China - Skift

South Korean stocks traded down Friday following tension with China. Pictured are tourists on a walking tour in Seoul, South Korea. Republic of Korea / Flickr. Photo: Republic of Korea / Flickr · Share Tweet Post Send ...

Spotlight: S.Korean residents stage candlelit rally to shout for "Stop THAAD" - Xinhua

SEONGJU, SOUTH KOREA, March 4 (Xinhua) -- Residents living in southeast South Korea, where the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system is set to be deployed, gathered again on Saturday night to continue their fight against the deployment ...

Parties collide over THAAD - Korea Times

Ruling and opposition parties of South Korea on Saturday clashed over the planned deployment of an advanced U.S. missile defense system amid strong protest from China. Whereas the ruling Liberty Korea Party said the nation should keep pushing forward ...

South Korea launches counter measures to deal with China's retaliation over Thaad - International Business Times UK

Seoul has repeatedly said Thaad deployment was to thwart North Korea, but China sees it as a security threat. By Ananya Roy. Updated March 7, 2017 16:13 GMT. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%.

[Editorial] China going too far with retaliation over THAAD - The Hankyoreh

China is crossing the line with its retaliatory measures against South Korea over its plan to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system. Indeed, the Chinese government appears to be leading the way in implementing ...

South Korea grasping for measures to respond to China's retaliation over THAAD - The Hankyoreh

While Chinese retaliation for the decision to deploy the THAAD missile defense system with US forces in South Korea is becoming a reality, the South Korean government is only repeating its promise to come up with countermeasures without actually ...

Despite China's retaliation, US says no intention to cancel THAAD deployment - The Hankyoreh

After the US government responded to the punitive measures that China is taking against South Korea because of the THAAD deployment by reconfirming its standard position that such measures are “unreasonable and inappropriate,” it made clear that it ...

In retaliating against THAAD, China careful to avoid a paper trail - The Hankyoreh

While various sanctions and other forms of pressure are being used against South Koreans in China in connection to the decision to deploy THAAD, these steps are being taken in an elaborate manner so as to minimize the responsibility of the Chinese ...

China's THAAD retaliation causing economic turmoil for South Korea - The Hankyoreh

The South Korean economy is facing trials at home and abroad as China steps up its economic retaliation for Seoul's Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) deployment plan. The THAAD tensions are creating a perfect storm, coming amid trade ...

Tillerson to visit China, Japan, S. Korea this month - Washington Examiner

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit Japan, China and South Korea later this month as part of his first trip to the region, according to Japanese media reports late Friday Washington time. Kyodo, a Japanese news outlet, said Tillerson will visit ...

Top US diplomat Rex Tillerson eyes debut trip to Japan, South Korea and China this month - South China Morning Post

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to visit Japan, South Korea and China later this month mainly for talks on North Korean issues, diplomatic sources said. In what would be his first trip to the region since becoming US President Donald Trump's ...

North Korea to dominate US Secretary of State's Asia visit - media - InterAksyon

TOKYO, Japan -- US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to visit Japan, China and South Korea later this month to discuss Pyongyang's nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs, local media reported on Saturday. Tillerson has so far kept a low ...

US secretary of state to visit Japan, South Korea, China: Kyodo - The Hindu

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is due to visit Japan, South Korea and China this month to discuss North Korea on his first trip to the region since he took up his post, Japanese media reported on Saturday. Mr. Tillerson's trip would come as the ...

Mainland tourists warned of risks in South Korea travel - ecns

China's top tourism authority has warned tourists of the risks regarding South Korea's change of its entry policy for Chinese citizens. "The number of incidents involving Chinese citizens' entry to Jeju Island of South Korea has risen sharply recently ...

Missile row Lotte, S Korea face China backlash - The News International

BEIJING: South Korea's Lotte Group faces an escalating backlash in China after providing land for a US missile-defence system, amid growing concern that the row will mushroom into wider Chinese retaliation against Seoul. South Korea's fifth-largest ...

Tillerson plans to visit S. Korea, Japan, China later this month: report - Yonhap News

WASHINGTON, March 3 (Yonhap) -- U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to visit Japan, South Korea and China later this month, a news report said Friday. Kyodo News cited unidentified sources saying that Tillerson is setting up a March 17-18 trip ...

Chinese Travel Agents Quietly Stop Sending Tour Groups to South Korea - Radio Free Asia

Chinese people walking past a Lotte Department Store, a target of Chinese pressure on South Korea over a U.S. anti-missile system, in Shenyang, northeast China's Liaoning province, March 1, 2017. AFP. China has quietly issued a ban on tour groups to ...