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Hanjin Transportation to raise stake in Hanjin Incheon Container Terminal to 100 pct
Hanjin Transportation to pay annual cash dividend as 400 won/share
Hanjin Transportation to sell land and buildings for 152.3 bln won
HANJIN TRANSPORTATION CO., LTD. is a Korea-based company engaged in the provision of transportation services. The Company mainly operates in land transportation business, which provides truck transportation and railroad transportation; delivery business, which provides door to door parcel services to overseas countries; stevedoring business, engaged in the operation of container yard and container freight stations and the provision of cargo handling services, and marine transportation business, which provides coastal shipping services with radioactive waste ships, container carriers, bulk carriers and others. It also engaged in forwarding, packaging, car rental, warehousing, gas station and third party logistics (3PL) businesses.
Hanjin Bldg., 63, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu
Yang Ho Cho
Chairman of the Board, Co-Chief Executive Officer
Tae Su Suhk
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Director
Seong Yil Lee
Jeong Seok Choi
Jeong Gwon Huh
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The Justice Department said on Tuesday it had created a strike force that will identify and prosecute companies that fix prices or collude to push up the cost of billions of dollars' worth of U.S. government purchases.
The Justice Department is set to announce a strike force aimed at identifying and prosecuting companies that fix prices or collude to push up the cost of the billions of dollars worth of U.S. government purchases, according to a Justice Department official.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: South Korea's KOSPI ended weaker on Friday as investors locked in profits after a series of strong gains, while tepid data weighed on the export-driven economy. The Korean won weakened, while the benchmark bond yield rose.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: South Korea's KOSPI stock index wavered on Monday to end flat as the Korean won fell to its weakest since September 2017, capping earlier gains boosted by U.S. job data and China stimulus. The country's benchmark bond yields dropped...
* KOSPI index rises, foreigners buy * Korean won weakens against U.S. dollar * South Korea benchmark bond yields fall SEOUL, April 8 (Reuters) - Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korea's KOSPI stock index rose on Monday tracking its Chinese peer, as U.S...
South Korean oil refiners S-Oil Corp and Hyundai Oilbank Co have agreed to settle criminal and civil charges of rigging bids to supply fuel to the U.S. military, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: South Korea's KOSPI stock index closed higher on Friday as reports over Sino-U.S. trade talks boosted investor sentiment. The Korean won edged up, while bond yields also rose.
South Korea's S-Oil Corp <010950.KS>, Hyundai Oilbank Co [INPTVH.UL] and Jier Shin Korea Co took part in a bid-rigging scheme that led to more than $100 million in overcharges to the U.S. military, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: South Korea's KOSPI stock index ended firmer on Monday as investors took a cautious stance amid conflicting signals on the prospects for a truce in the Sino-U.S. trade dispute. The Korean won was flat, while bond yields dropped.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets:
The U.S. Justice Department plans to be more aggressive in pressing antitrust charges against companies that have rigged bids for government contracts, the agency's antitrust chief said on Thursday.
Three South Korean companies will plead guilty to criminal charges and pay $236 million for their role in a conspiracy to fix the price of fuel sold to U.S. military bases in South Korea, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.
Three South Korean firms have agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay about $82 million in fines for their role in a decades-long conspiracy to rig the price of fuel sold to U.S. military bases across South Korea, the United States said on Wednesday.
Four women dockworkers have filed federal discrimination claims against the shippers' association that runs 29 ports on the U.S. West Coast, saying they unfairly lost pay and seniority after becoming pregnant.
Four women dockworkers have filed discrimination claims with federal regulators against the shippers' association that runs 29 ports on the U.S. West Coast, saying they unfairly lost pay and seniority after becoming pregnant.
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