Samsung heir in South Korea's delegation to North: Seoul

Samsung heir in South Korea's delegation to North: SeoulThe heir to the Samsung empire and the leaders of several other South Korean conglomerates will go to Pyongyang this week for an inter-Korean summit, Seoul announced Sunday. Samsung’s Lee Jae-yong and the heads of the SK and LG groups will be part of President Moon Jae-in’s delegation as he heads for a meeting with the North’s leader Kim Jong Un, Moon’s office said. Kim Yong-hwan, vice-chairman of Hyundai Motor Group — whose founder was a refugee from the North — will be among the entourage.


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US delegation holds talks with North Korean officials in DMZ

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  3. Trump-Kim summit: Is it still on?  CNN
  4. Anne Applebaum: It’s not like before on the Korean Peninsula  Salt Lake Tribune
  5. South Korea’s President Moon is the man in the (very precarious) middle  Washington Post
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US delegation arrives in Jerusalem ahead of controversial embassy move

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Chinese state media cautious as US delegation flies in for trade talks

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  2. US-China Trade Tensions: Plan For The Worst — That’s What Beijing Is Doing  Forbes
  3. China must persuade US to abandon unfair 301 probe at talks  Global Times
  4. Targeting China’s tools of aggression  Washington Post
  5. Why Xi’s Hands Are Tied in Trade Talks With US  Wall Street Journal
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