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AssessmentsOct 8, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
A worker assembles a vehicle in a Hyundai plant in China's Hebei province. South Korean automakers have increased their manufacturing capacity in China to  A significant proportion of South Korea's auto manufacturing capacity in China to 2.1 million vehicles annually.
U.S. Auto Tariffs Would Deliver a Particularly Painful Sting to South Korea
Despite bending to U.S. pressure and agreeing both to revise the countries' free trade agreement and to accept export quotas on steel and aluminum, South Korea could still face tariffs on its vehicle exports to the United States. The government in Seoul is seeking ways to avoid the damage that
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On SecurityJun 12, 2018 | 08:00 GMT
A picture taken on April 29, 2018, shows Syrian army forces running for cover from sniper fire from Islamic State positions in Yarmuk, a Palestinian refugee camp on the edge of Damascus.
How Do You Measure Success Against Jihadists?
How do you actually measure success against jihadist groups? As operations the world over have shown, simply destroying a high number of Toyota Hiluxes driven by militants isn't necessarily the defining mark of success in the "war on terrorism," and a tally of terrorist attacks doesn’t necessarily signal failure. As
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On SecuritySep 14, 2017 | 11:13 GMT
Police in Kiev investigate a car blast that killed Timur Mahauri, a Chechen with Georgian citizenship.
The Dirty Work of Russian Assassins
Russia's intelligence agencies have a long history of involvement in assassinations, refered to by its intelligence officers as "wetwork" or "wet affairs." Indeed, they have pursued the enemies of the Russian government around the globe: Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in London in November 2006; and Mikhail Lesin died under mysterious
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AssessmentsJun 6, 2017 | 01:36 GMT
The Japanese flag flies in front of Mt. Fuji. In this installment of Stratfor's Trade Profiles series, we examine the Japanese economy.
Trade Profile: Japan Adapts to Its Aging Population
Global trade is changing. The kinds of multilateral agreements that characterized the postwar years have stalled out over the past two decades, prompting countries and economic blocs to try to negotiate smaller deals with fewer partners. Nations and blocs have more leeway under this new model to negotiate the trade
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AssessmentsMay 25, 2017 | 09:15 GMT
Hydrogen: Tapping the Tiniest Element's Outsize Power
Let's start at the beginning. In this case, that means hydrogen. Danish physicist Niels Bohr first proposed its structure in 1913, an achievement for which he would later receive the Nobel Prize. And as the century wore on, the smallest element proved its outsize power. Hydrogen redefined warfare, and the
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AssessmentsApr 24, 2017 | 09:30 GMT
For several years, car sales have kept pace with the rise in auto loans. But now the market for new and used cars may have reached its saturation point, a development that bodes ill for the auto lending sector.
Bursting Auto Lenders' Bubble
For several years, car sales have kept pace with the rise in auto loans. But now the market for new and used cars may have reached its saturation point, a development that bodes ill for the auto lending sector. Despite the superficial similarities to the subprime mortgage industry, however, rumors of an impending catastrophe are overblown.
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