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09:44 AM on 05/28/2013
Yeah right.
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americanthai
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09:31 AM on 05/28/2013
If I was South Korea. I would tell them to stick it. The North needs it more than the South. Let it go out of business. No one can buy their products anyway If I'm not mistaken.
09:21 AM on 05/28/2013
Don't do it let them compete on their own with the rest of the world for business. That's the only way they will stop playing war games and join the worldwide community. Let them find out how difficult it is to run a business
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DINGCHIROPTERA
09:20 AM on 05/28/2013
I wouldn't trust that whiney little brat. One morning someone leaves S Korea to go to this industrial park, and would probably disappear . If you trust North Korea, I have a bridge to sell you.
09:17 AM on 05/28/2013
The North Koreans can't blow smoke for ever.
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09:16 AM on 05/28/2013
I thought our government was crazy, but the North Koreans are insane. The North captured a Chinese fishing boat, and demanded Chinese money for ransoming the boat back. Talk about stupid.

I highly doubt that the South Koreans will try the Khe Song experiment any time soon. Business is less apt to forgive the revenue loss, caused by the North Koreans typical fit of threats to hold the Russian Roulette pistol at their heads again. The Norths military threat probably resulted in the South Korea's aiming a few more missiles at Khe Song.
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The Right is Wrong
Pissing off CONS for more than 57 years!
09:15 AM on 05/28/2013
I wouldn't want to help the Un regime if I were the ROK. But I know they want to reunite at some point with the north and care about the people of the north with great compassion.
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tennisguy
Adapt or perish ... H.G. Wells
09:06 AM on 05/28/2013
I'm really happy to see NK return to some normality. The country has the bomb, so there is no future in maintaining hostilities in the area.
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Jimmy 61762
09:46 AM on 05/28/2013
Nobody wants to blow up the bomb near themselves,it would be like New York setting of a bomb in Pennsylvania.
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Acid Reflux
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11:11 AM on 05/28/2013
And only a crazy person would do that. Ummm . . . Wait.
08:53 AM on 05/28/2013
I wouldn't even go back. Let them deal with the drop in their economy. The South Korean government should find other ways to employ its citizens
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The Right is Wrong
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09:17 AM on 05/28/2013
I think this joint venture is meant to open dialog and perhaps help the north re-integrate into the world community. The south does not like the north's citizens to suffer any more than necessary. They have common backgrounds and families.
09:28 AM on 05/28/2013
I hope so too. They need to do something in that country.
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PaulD08
Corrupt GOVT wont promote the General Welfare
08:49 AM on 05/28/2013
its so surprising that they could jointly agree to allow slave labor factories.. It kinda reminds me how the 2 parties here always seem to be able to "reach across the aisle" on free trade "deals" and tax breaks,,Oh ,,one more, they were also able to agree on ending the "payroll tax holiday"
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ss1964
0 Population Growth
08:49 AM on 05/28/2013
"North Korea Says South Korea Can Re-Enter Kaesong Complex"

"Can" vs. "Must." One tiny little word--one enormous difference.
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Aristidi
geriactric gymnast and rustic philosopher
09:46 AM on 05/28/2013
Well, said. fav
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Vendetta101
Pitchfork..check,Torches..check
08:25 AM on 05/28/2013
We barrow money from china to protect south Korea from north Korea and South Korea uses north Korean slaves to make product to ship to the US.........Awsome
09:45 AM on 05/28/2013
Isn't globalization great?
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Tom Weidermeijer
If you're easily offended... try to laugh more : )
12:50 PM on 05/28/2013
If I can't find an American made product, I will will buy one made in South Korea versus Red China.

... even if it was made with Best Korean slaves vs. Chinese ones.
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C Bevens
07:55 AM on 05/28/2013
Yeah bad news. A few of the plant owners are quickly losing interest in re-opening thier perspective plants. They recieve subsidies here in Seoul for thier operations there, but believe that it isnt worth it. So either the plants will change in production products are be sold to other interests, or they will remain idle.
07:55 AM on 05/28/2013
Why does South Korea have this partnership with North Korea? Guess the North's wages are so cheap it's worthwhile for them, but what is this partnership costing the US? How much is it costing us to defend South Korea? How much blackmail do we pay the North Koreans?
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The Right is Wrong
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09:18 AM on 05/28/2013
I think it is more a gesture in an attempt to help lead the NK back into the world of nations.
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Aristidi
geriactric gymnast and rustic philosopher
09:50 AM on 05/28/2013
I have a pertinent gesture for NK, it involves the middle finger.
satyrday
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09:28 AM on 05/28/2013
NK workers make half of what a Chinese worker makes.

This whole NK/SK tension is great for profits.
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Nancy J MacMillan
Retired yet Fabulous
07:47 AM on 05/28/2013
This is the result of China's slapdown. Hopefully the applied duct tape over Un's mouth will work for a little while , until he wants to play " big bad leader" again.
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bluelyne
07:59 AM on 05/28/2013
So now the "crisis" is over?? Yawn. We need to nuke this little s*** for g.p. sake.