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Samsung unveils world's largest-capacity V-NAND chip
Samsung Electronics Co. on Wednesday introduced a 1-terabit V-NAND chip, which aims to meet growing market demand and technological developments in the field of data processing and storage systems.
 
Driven by Galaxy S8, Samsung retakes top spot in US
Samsung, with its latest flagship Galaxy S8, reclaims top spot from its rival Apple in the North American smartphone market.
 
Korean battery makers seek breakthrough after China setback
Samsung SDI, LG Chem and SK Innovation are seeking a breakthrough by diversifying their products and markets as their plants in China for electric vehicle batteries face a setback in the world's largest EV market.
 
Samsung reshuffles Chinese arm amid sluggish business
Samsung Electronics reshuffled its Chinese arm Tuesday with the aim of turning around its sluggish business in the world's largest smartphone market, but the Korean tech giant denied speculations of job cuts resulting from the reshuffle.
 
Samsung posts best quarterly profit amid chip boom
Samsung Electronics posted its best quarterly profit in the second quarter due to a boom in memory chips.
 
Samsung ramps up high bandwidth DRAM production
Samsung Electronics announced Tuesday it will ramp up production of its 8-gigabyte high bandwidth memory-2, known as HBM2, to meet growing demand across a wide range of applications including artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, advanced graphics, network systems and enterprise servers.
 
China blacklists 24 Korean food and cosmetics firms
China's move to blacklist Korean food and cosmetics firms add woes to the already hurt businesses.
 
South Korea's tourist industry has been hammered by China's boycott over the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system, with visitor numbers from the Asian giant plummeting 40 percent in March, statistics showed.
 
Asia's fourth-largest economy grew slightly more than previously thought in each of the past two years, South Korean authorities said Tuesday.
 
Chef brings a taste of Japan to Pyongyang
Sushi in Pyongyang? At a restaurant run by a Japanese sushi chef famous for working for North Korea's late leader Kim Jong Il?
 
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