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“Don’t tell me you’re going to pay taxes”…and end up paying $360,000 more in Granger taxes

The Ministry of Strategy and Finance announced on Monday that it will end a cut in the individual consumption tax that has been in place for the past three years안전놀이터. This comes just a day after the National Tax Service announced on July 7 that it would lower the tax base (taxable base) for domestic cars starting in July to reduce the burden on consumers. The government had previously lowered the vehicle tax, which is 5 percent of the ex-factory price of a passenger car, by 70 percent to 1.5 percent from March to June as the economy sharply froze...

“If minimum wage exceeds 12,000 won, employees may be fired”…opinions are divided

Moderator : Anchor Na Kyung-cheol, Anchor Yoo DawonContributor : Prof. Lee Jung-hwan, Hanyang University School of Economics and Finance The text below may differ from the actual broadcast, so please check the broadcast for more accurate information. Please specify [YTN Good Morning Waitien] when quoting. ◇Anchor> You've been talking about the minimum wage, and there's a third meeting today, but some people are saying that the minimum wage should be raised to 12,000 won. The other side is saying that the self-employed will reduce employment, so there are conflicting arguments. Where is this background? Lee Jeong-hwan> I think it's because...

“Uh-oh, and then a whirr”… Bundang line escalator again, the ‘dreaded reverse’

According to the Gyeonggi-do Fire and Disaster Management Center, the accident occurred when a 9-meter-long upward escalator that was operating at Exit 2 of Suinsaek Station ran backwards. Three subway passengers were hospitalized in the incident. Eleven other people were treated and sent home with relatively minor injuries. No one was seriously injured, including broken bones, but many people who were rushing to work or school had to be shaken up by the accident. The subway station, department stores, shopping malls, and apartment complexes are densely populated, and the escalator was packed with passengers at the time of the accident....

Japanese spinning sushi ‘soy sauce bottle on tongue’ boy sued for 600 million won in damages

Japanese conveyor belt sushi chain Sushiro has filed a ¥67 million ($627 million) lawsuit for damages against a boy who videotaped himself licking a soy sauce bottle at one of its stores in January, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported토토사이트. According to the report, the chain operator said in a complaint filed in March that the boy's behavior "brought the hygiene management of each store into question and caused many customers to feel uncomfortable and disgusted. The impact is serious and we cannot ignore the problem." The sushi chain said it is taking measures to prevent similar inconveniences, such as installing acrylic...

NYSE, FOMC awaits, tech stocks rise as investors await ‘Tesla 4.58%↑’…Oil prices fall, Bitcoin rises

New York stocks rose on Monday (Sept. 9). On the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 33,833.61, up 168.59 points, or 0.50%, from the previous trading day. The S&P 500 added 26.41 points, or 0.62%, to 4293.93, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite closed up 133.63 points, or 1.02%, to 13,238.52. Tech stocks were in focus today as markets awaited the FOMC meeting. The bullish momentum in tech stocks was maintained in the absence of materials ahead of next week's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting. In particular, analysts remained positive on tech giant Amazon....