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OLYMPICS-SHORT TRACK/
RTR2AUWM
February 25, 2010
China's gold medallists Zhou Yang (L) and Sun Linlin celebrate with a national flag as South Korea's...
Vancouver, Canada
China's gold medallists Zhou Yang and Sun Linlin celebrate with a national flag after the women's 3000...
China's gold medallists Zhou Yang (L) and Sun Linlin celebrate with a national flag as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (R) reacts to his team's disqualification after the women's 3000 metres relay short track speed skating final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 24, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-SHORT TRACK/
RTR2AUW3
February 25, 2010
South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (R) appeals to a race official after his team's disqualification in...
Vancouver, Canada
South Korea's coach Choi appeals to a race official after his team's disqualification in the women's...
South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (R) appeals to a race official after his team's disqualification in the women's 3000 metres relay short track speed skating final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 24, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-SHORT TRACK/
RTR2AUW2
February 25, 2010
South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (C) appeals to a race official (L) after his team's disqualification...
Vancouver, Canada
South Korea's coach Choi appeals to a race official after his team's disqualification in the women's...
South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (C) appeals to a race official (L) after his team's disqualification in the women's 3000 metres relay short track speed skating final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 24, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-SHORT TRACK/
RTR2AUV0
February 25, 2010
China's gold medallists (R) celebrate with coaching staff as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (L) reacts...
Vancouver, Canada
China's gold medallists celebrate with coaching staff after the women's 3000 metres relay short track...
China's gold medallists (R) celebrate with coaching staff as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (L) reacts to his team's disqualification after the women's 3000 metres relay short track speed skating final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 24, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-SHORT TRACK/
RTR2AUUV
February 25, 2010
China's gold medallists (R) celebrate with coaching staff as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (L) reacts...
Vancouver, Canada
China's gold medallists celebrate with coaching staff after the women's 3000 metres relay short track...
China's gold medallists (R) celebrate with coaching staff as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (L) reacts to his team's disqualification after the women's 3000 metres relay short track speed skating final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 24, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CANADA)
OLYMPICS-SHORT TRACK/
RTR2AUUS
February 25, 2010
China's gold medallists (C) celebrate with coaching staff as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (3rd...
Vancouver, Canada
China's gold medallists celebrate with coaching staff after the women's 3000 metres relay short track...
China's gold medallists (C) celebrate with coaching staff as South Korea's coach Choi Kwang-bok (3rd L) reacts to his team's disqualification after the women's 3000 metres relay short track speed skating final at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 24, 2010. REUTERS/David Gray (CANADA)
KOREA/
RTR28N6X
January 08, 2010
Bank of Korea (BOK) governor Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel during a photo call before he presides over...
Seoul, South Korea
Bank of Korea governor Lee bangs his gavel during a photo call before he presides over the Monetary Policy...
Bank of Korea (BOK) governor Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel during a photo call before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul January 8, 2010. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
KOREA-ECONOMY/
RTXPGBR
October 09, 2009
Bank of Korea (BOK) governor Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel during a photo call before he presides over...
Seoul, South Korea
BOK governor Lee bangs his gavel during a photo call before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee...
Bank of Korea (BOK) governor Lee Seong-tae bangs his gavel during a photo call before he presides over the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul October 9, 2009. Lee prompted investors on Friday to scale back their bets for a near-term rate rise, nothing signs of cooling in the property market and predicting economic growth would taper off this quarter. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
KOREA-ECONOMY/
RTXPGBQ
October 09, 2009
Bank of Korea (BOK) Governor Lee Seong-tae looks at his laptop monitor before the Monetary Policy Committee...
Seoul, South Korea
BOK Governor Lee looks at his laptop monitor before the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's...
Bank of Korea (BOK) Governor Lee Seong-tae looks at his laptop monitor before the Monetary Policy Committee meeting at the bank's headquarters in Seoul October 9, 2009. Lee prompted investors on Friday to scale back their bets for a near-term rate rise, nothing signs of cooling in the property market and predicting economic growth would taper off this quarter. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PRICES
RTX5LOE
May 12, 2008
A vendor arranges green vegetables at a market in Nanjing, Jiangsu province May 12, 2008. Prices of food,...
Nanjing, China
A vendor arranges green vegetables at a market in Nanjing
A vendor arranges green vegetables at a market in Nanjing, Jiangsu province May 12, 2008. Prices of food, especially of agricultural products, will continue to rise, making it difficult for China to hit this year's 4.8 percent inflation target, a senior government economist said in remarks published on Monday. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
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