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  • He was referring to Seoul's heavy ownership of U.S. bonds out of more than $300 billion in foreign reserves.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "Pyongyang is trying to call Seoul's bluff by claiming South Korea is the intransigent one."

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • "I expressed our country's position on the G20 conference call that there will be no sudden change in our reserve management policy," South Korean Deputy Finance Minister Choi Jong-ku told Reuters by telephone, referring to Seoul's heavy ownership of U.S. bonds.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "I expressed our country's position on the G20 conference call that there will be no sudden change in our reserve management policy," South Korean Deputy Finance Minister Choi Jong-ku told Reuters by telephone, referring to Seoul's heavy ownership of U.S. bonds out of more than $300 billion in foreign reserves.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "Pyongyang is trying to call Seoul's bluff by claiming South Korea is the intransigent one."

    The Seattle Times

  • "Pyongyang is trying to call Seoul's bluff by claiming South Korea is the intransigent one."

    FOXNews.com

  • "Pyongyang is trying to call Seoul's bluff by claiming South Korea is the intransigent one."

    The Seattle Times

  • "I expressed our country's position on the G20 conference call that there will be no sudden change in our reserve management policy," South Korean Deputy Finance Minister Choi Jong-ku told Reuters by telephone, referring to Seoul's heavy ownership of U.S. bonds.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Japanese Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto summoned the South Korean ambassador, Kwon Chul-hyun, to protest Wednesday against the visit by Seoul's gender and family minister and several other officials.

    Japan Protests S. Korean Visit to Disputed Isles

  • Ahn Young-joon/Associated Press PUT IN PARK: Hundreds of taxis parked on a street near Seoul's National Assembly to demand a cut in fuel prices Thursday.

    Photos of the Day: Feb. 24

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