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E-Mart Inc Q3 Operating Profit $136 Mln, Up 30% From Year Earlier
E-Mart says to sell land, building in western Seoul for 816 bln won
E-Mart Inc turns to operating loss Of 10 bln won in Q4
E-MART Inc. is a Korea-based company mainly engaged in the hypermarket business. Along with subsidiaries, the Company operates its business through seven segments: the Hypermarket segment, the Group Meal / Food Service and Food Distribution segment, the Supermarket segment, the Tourist Hotel and Duty Free segment, the Convenience Store segment, the Real Estate segment, and the Other segment. The Hypermarket segment is involved in the sale of food and operation of hypermarkets by E-MART Inc. The Institutional Food / Food Service and Food Distribution segment is involved in the production and distribution of food, as well as the food services and consignment meal services. It is operated by SHINSEGAE FOOD Inc.
377, Ttukseom-ro, Seongdong-gu
Myeong Hui Lee
Hui Seok Kang
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Yong Jin Jung
Jeong Wu Gwak
Assistant Managing Director
Jae Hun Jang
Assistant Managing Director
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This time last year Yoon Seok-min, his wife Kim Hyo-jung and their two children were holidaying in the Philippines, Vietnam and Guam. A trip to Hawaii was on the cards for this summer.
Starbucks Corp's <SBUX.O> South Korean unit is scrambling to curb the spread of coronavirus, cutting seating capacity in its cafes and delaying a promotional campaign after 50 cases were linked to one of its stores outside of Seoul.
Starbucks Corp's South Korean operation is scrambling to curb the spread of coronavirus, cutting seating capacity in its cafes and delaying a promotional event after nearly 50 cases were linked to one of its stores outside of Seoul.
As South Korea's coronavirus cases leapt above 5,000 this week, mask-wearing workers at a logistics center run by e-commerce firm Coupang Corp raced to disinfect trucks and load thousands of boxes of microwavable rice, disposable diapers and kitchen towels.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: South Korean shares ended lower on Tuesday as a drop in U.S. yield curve fuelled demand for safe-haven bets, adding pressure on the market, already hit by Sino-U.S. trade war and Japan's export curbs. The Korean won and the benchmark...
* KOSPI index falls, foreigners net sellers * Korean won weakens versus U.S. dollar * South Korea benchmark bond yield drops SEOUL, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korean shares slipped on Tuesday on heightened recession worries as...
As soon as supermarket manager Cho Min-hyuk got to work the day after Tokyo imposed curbs on exports to South Korea, he pulled all Japanese products off the shelves.
Whenever dust particles hang thick in the air in South Korea, sales of pork rise.
* KOSPI index rises, foreigners buy * Korean won gains versus U.S. dollar * South Korea bond yields steady Aug 28 (Reuters) - Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korea's KOSPI stock index advanced on Tuesday, tracking Wall Street over U.S.-Mexico trade optimism...
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