SKorea unveils 'Green New Deals' to kick-start economy

January 6, 2009
A South Korean woman rides a bicycle along a road covered with fallen leaves in Nami, Chuncheon,
File photo shows a South Korean woman riding a bicycle along a road covered with fallen leaves in Nami, Chuncheon. South Korea said Tuesday it will invest some 38 billion dollars over the next four years in "eco-friendly" projects to create jobs and boost its slumping economy.

South Korea said Tuesday it will invest some 38 billion dollars over the next four years in "eco-friendly" projects to create jobs and boost its slumping economy.



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GrayMouser
3.7 / 5 (3) Jan 06, 2009
This may kick their economy down the trash chute...

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