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Posco Daewoo Corp (047050.KS)

047050.KS on Korea Stock Exchange

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6 Dec 2016
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Daewoo International announces name change
Thursday, 24 Mar 2016 04:48am EDT 

Daewoo International Corporation:Changes it name to POSCO DAEWOO, effective from March 29.  Full Article

Daewoo International announces change in shareholding structure
Friday, 19 Feb 2016 01:12am EST 

Daewoo International Corporation:Templeton Global Advisors Limited and six related parties' stake in the company were increased to 5.21 pct (5,931,401 shares) up from 0 pct.  Full Article

Daewoo International declares annual cash dividend for 2015
Tuesday, 26 Jan 2016 03:40am EST 

Daewoo International Corporation:To pay annual cash dividend of 500 won per share for 2015.Dividend payment to shareholders of record on Dec. 31, 2015.Total dividend amount 56,938,145,500 won.  Full Article

Daewoo International - U.S. lifted Uzbekistan's rights ranking as cotton field abuses continued - Reuters
Wednesday, 23 Dec 2015 01:00am EST 

Daewoo International:The news reached Dmitry Tihonov in Uzbekistan's rural heartland as the labor activist quietly recorded the arrival of thousands of teachers, nurses, laborers, students and other conscripts sent to the fields to pick cotton. - RTRS.Human rights groups say Tihonov is a victim of Uzbekistan’s efforts to conceal a massive, state-orchestrated forced labor system that underpins its position as the world’s fifth-largest cotton exporter. - RTRS.The U.S. upgrade of Uzbekistan has not changed the boycott, said Patricia Jurewicz, director of Responsible Sourcing Network - RTRS.an advocacy group in California that maintains a list of companies that have pledged "to not knowingly" source Uzbek cotton until the country "ends the practice of forced child and adult labor in its cotton sector." - RTRS.But big cotton processors such as Singapore's Olam International Ltd and South Korea’s Daewoo International Corp 011160.KS, still buy Uzbek cotton, the companies said. - RTRS.Olam said it could not answer specific queries on Uzbek cotton, but added it was working with the government and other bodies to address labor issues. - RTRS.Because of weakness in the global economy, demand for Daewoo’s Uzbek cotton has weakened, a Daewoo company spokesman told Reuters.- RTRS.He declined to comment on the country’s forced labor conditions but welcomed Uzbekistan’s upgrade in the trafficking report as “definitely good”. - RTRS.  Full Article

Daewoo International announces change of CEO
Sunday, 26 Jul 2015 10:07pm EDT 

Daewoo International Corporation:Appoints Kim Yeong Sang as chief financial officer of the company, to replace Choi Jeong Wu, effective July 27.  Full Article

Daewoo International announces change of officer
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2015 05:13am EDT 

Daewoo International Corporation:Appoints Choi Jung Wu as chief executive officer (CEO) and vice chairman of the board in the company.Announces the resignation of Jeon Byeong Yil as chairman of the board and CEO.Effective date is June 16.  Full Article

Daewoo International declares annual cash dividend for 2014
Friday, 30 Jan 2015 12:36am EST 

Daewoo International Corporation:To pay annual cash dividend of 500 won per share for 2014.Dividend payment to shareholders of record on Dec. 31, 2014.Total dividend amount 56,938,145,500 won.  Full Article