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Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers

2018/11/09 07:01

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SEOUL, Nov. 9 (Yonhap) -- The following are the top headlines in major South Korean newspapers on Nov. 9.

Korean-language dailies

-- Gov't to gradually kick out diesel cars, expand shift system to private sector (Kyunghyang Shinmun)

-- 'Defects in cooler, cooling water key factors behind BMW fires' (Kookmin Daily)

-- Hong Nam-ki as deputy prime minister, Kim Su-hyun as presidential chief of staff of policy (Donga Ilbo)

-- Leading industries in slump, economy in crisis (Seoul Shinmun)

-- 'Half measures on fine dust' that do not adjust energy prices (Segye Times)

-- Money directly given for welfare to surpass 33 tln won next year (Chosun Ilbo)

-- Gov't to kick out diesel cars at public institutions, scrap benefits for low-emission diesel vehicles (JoongAng Ilbo)

-- Trump wraps up midterms, suggests timeline for dialogue with N.K. (Hankyoreh)

-- Gov't agencies create short-term jobs as ordered, without much work to give (Hankook Ilbo)

-- Profitability of S. Korea's leading companies in 'emergency' (Maeil Business Newspaper)

-- Finance Minister Kim to be replaced today, Hong likely to be successor (Korea Economic Daily)

English-language dailies

-- Samsung gives peek at device that will fold (Korea JoongAng Daily)

-- N. Korea postponed high-level meeting with US: foreign minister (Korea Herald)

-- 'OPCON transfer should take place without setbacks' (Korea Times)