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KOREA/
RTR2J2RG
February 25, 2011
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends general meeting of stock holders of the...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends general meeting of stock holders of the...
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends general meeting of stock holders of the world's No.3 steelmaker in Seoul February 25, 2011. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)v - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
KOREA/
RTR2J2M7
February 25, 2011
Chung Joon-yang (R), Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends a general meeting of stock holders...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends general meeting of stock holders of the...
Chung Joon-yang (R), Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends a general meeting of stock holders of the world's No.3 steelmaker in Seoul February 25, 2011. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
KOREA/
RTR2J2M5
February 25, 2011
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends a general meeting of stock holders of...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends a general meeting of stock holders of...
Chung Joon-yang, Chief Executive and Chairman of POSCO, attends a general meeting of stock holders of the world's No.3 steelmaker in Seoul February 25, 2011. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTXXBOP
January 31, 2011
A man walks past a logo of steelmaker POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010....
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past a logo of POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul
A man walks past a logo of steelmaker POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010. India's environment ministry on Monday approved plans by South Korea's POSCO to build a $12 billion steel mill, a boost for the foreign investment climate in Asia's third-largest economy after several setbacks for big ticket industrial projects.
REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-EVIRONMENT/
RTXTTCK
October 25, 2010
Employees of steelmaker POSCO talk behind the company's logos at the company's headquarters in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Employees of POSCO talk behind the company's logos at the company's headquarters in Seoul
Employees of steelmaker POSCO talk behind the company's logos at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010. India's increasingly assertive green policy may have put on hold several multi-billion dollar mega-projects, as conserving forests and rivers trumps polluting factories, but investors have little reason to worry. Shedding the image of a dead letter office, the environment ministry has scrapped or halted hundreds of projects, including those of UK-based Vedanta and South Korea's POSCO, signalling a course correction that is not necessarily investor-unfriendly. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTXTTCH
October 25, 2010
A man walks past a logo of steelmaker POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010....
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past a logo of POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul
A man walks past a logo of steelmaker POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010. India's increasingly assertive green policy may have put on hold several multi-billion dollar mega-projects, as conserving forests and rivers trumps polluting factories, but investors have little reason to worry. Shedding the image of a dead letter office, the environment ministry has scrapped or halted hundreds of projects, including those of UK-based Vedanta and South Korea's POSCO, signalling a course correction that is not necessarily investor-unfriendly. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP4M
August 30, 2010
POSCO chief executive Chung Joon-yang (R) toasts with Lee Chol-hwi, Chairman and CEO of Korea Asset Management...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO chief executive Chung toasts with Lee, Chairman and CEO of Korea Asset Management Corporation during...
POSCO chief executive Chung Joon-yang (R) toasts with Lee Chol-hwi, Chairman and CEO of Korea Asset Management Corporation (KAMCO) during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy Daewoo International at a hotel in Seoul August 30, 2010. POSCO bought South Korea's top trading firm Daewoo International from KAMCO for 3.37 trillion won ($2.8 billion), its biggest ever takeover. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP4C
August 30, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang touches his ear during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang touches his ear during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South...
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang touches his ear during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South Korea's top trading firm Daewoo International at a hotel in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker POSCO is considering a takeover of Norway's Elkem, a maker of silicon for solar panels, Chung said, in a move that would give the world's No.3 steelmaker a presence in the fast growing renewable energy materials space. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT ENERGY)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP49
August 30, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang makes a speech during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO Chief Executive Chung makes a speech during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South Korea's...
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang makes a speech during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South Korea's top trading firm Daewoo International at a hotel in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker POSCO is considering a takeover of Norway's Elkem, a maker of silicon for solar panels, Chung said, in a move that would give the world's No.3 steelmaker a presence in the fast growing renewable energy materials space. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP48
August 30, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang makes a speech during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO Chief Executive Chung makes a speech during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South Korea's...
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang makes a speech during a ceremony to sign a final deal to buy South Korea's top trading firm Daewoo International at a hotel in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker POSCO is considering a takeover of Norway's Elkem, a maker of silicon for solar panels, Chung said, in a move that would give the world's No.3 steelmaker a presence in the fast growing renewable energy materials space. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP3V
August 30, 2010
A man walks past a POSCO logo at the company's headquarters in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker...
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past a POSCO logo at the company's headquarters in Seoul
A man walks past a POSCO logo at the company's headquarters in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker POSCO is considering a takeover of Norway's Elkem, a maker of silicon for solar panels, the CEO of the South Korean group said, in a move that would give the world's No.3 steelmaker a presence in the fast growing renewable energy materials space. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP3S
August 30, 2010
A man goes through a revolving door at the POSCO headquarters in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
A man goes through a revolving door at the POSCO headquarters in Seoul
A man goes through a revolving door at the POSCO headquarters in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker POSCO is considering a takeover of Norway's Elkem, a maker of silicon for solar panels, the CEO of the South Korean group said, in a move that would give the world's No.3 steelmaker a presence in the fast growing renewable energy materials space. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
ELKEM-POSCO/
RTR2HP3R
August 30, 2010
People walk past a POSCO logo at the company's headquarters in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk past a POSCO logo at the company's headquarters in Seoul
People walk past a POSCO logo at the company's headquarters in Seoul August 30, 2010. South Korean steelmaker POSCO is considering a takeover of Norway's Elkem, a maker of silicon for solar panels, POSCO CEO Chung Joon-yang said, in a move that would give the world's No.3 steelmaker a presence in the fast growing renewable energy materials space. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY)
WOORI/
RTXSCRR
August 23, 2010
A man walks in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid...
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul
A man walks in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid 2.18 percent after local media reported that it had asked POSCO and KT Corp to buy part of a 57 percent stake in the firm that is up for sale. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
WOORI/
RTXSCRP
August 23, 2010
A man uses his mobile phone at a Woori Bank branch in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid...
Seoul, South Korea
A man uses his mobile phone at a Woori Bank branch in Seoul
A man uses his mobile phone at a Woori Bank branch in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid 2.18 percent after local media reported that it had asked POSCO and KT Corp to buy part of a 57 percent stake in the firm that is up for sale. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
WOORI/
RTXSCRL
August 23, 2010
People walk in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid...
Seoul, South Korea
People walk in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul
People walk in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid 2.18 percent after local media reported that it had asked POSCO and KT Corp to buy part of a 57 percent stake in the firm that is up for sale. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
WOORI/
RTXSCRK
August 23, 2010
Japanese tourists walk in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese tourists walk in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul
Japanese tourists walk in front of a branch of Woori Bank in Seoul August 23, 2010. Woori Finance Holdings slid 2.18 percent after local media reported that it had asked POSCO and KT Corp to buy part of a 57 percent stake in the firm that is up for sale. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTXSCPL
August 23, 2010
POSCO chief executive Chung Joon-yang listens to a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO chief executive Chung listens to a speech next to JFE Steel Corp. President Hayashida during the...
POSCO chief executive Chung Joon-yang listens to a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry and three-party cooperation among South Korea, China and Japan" next to JFE Steel Corp. President Eiji Hayashida (L) during the Asia Steel Forum at a hotel in Seoul August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXSCPE
August 23, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang delivers a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang speaks at the Asia Steel Forum in Seoul
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang delivers a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry and three-party cooperation among South Korea, China and Japan" during the Asia Steel Forum at a hotel in Seoul August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTXSCPD
August 23, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang delivers a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang speaks at the Asia Steel Forum in Seoul
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang delivers a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry and three-party cooperation among South Korea, China and Japan" during the Asia Steel Forum at a hotel in Seoul August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTXSCPC
August 23, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang delivers a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang speaks at the Asia Steel Forum in Seoul
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang delivers a speech entitled "The future of the Asian steel industry and three-party cooperation among South Korea, China and Japan" during the Asia Steel Forum at a hotel in Seoul August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT BUSINESS)
MARKETS-KOREA-STOCKS/
RTR2H9OE
August 12, 2010
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank walks past a screen displaying the Korea Composite...
Seoul, South Korea
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank walks past a screen displaying the Korea Composite...
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank walks past a screen displaying the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the bank's headquarters in Seoul August 12, 2010. Seoul shares fell for a third session on Thursday to close at a one-month low as growing concerns of weaker economic growth pounded steelmaker POSCO. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS-KOREA-STOCKS/
RTR2H9O9
August 12, 2010
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank talks on his headset with a customer in front of...
Seoul, South Korea
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank talks on his headset with a customer in front of...
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank talks on his headset with a customer in front of a screen displaying the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at the bank's headquarters in Seoul August 12, 2010. Seoul shares fell for a third session on Thursday to close at a one-month low as growing concerns of weaker economic growth pounded steelmaker POSCO. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
POSCO-RESULTS/
RTR2CR32
April 13, 2010
A man works at a steel product shop in Seoul April 13, 2010. POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, raised...
Seoul, South Korea
A man works at a steel product shop in Seoul
A man works at a steel product shop in Seoul April 13, 2010. POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, raised its annual sales target after posting a near four-fold rise in quarterly profit, as economic recovery drove demand from China and manufacturers of autos and home appliances. POSCO, the first of Asia's big steel firms to report March quarter results, posted a 1.45 trillion won ($1.30 billion) operating profit, versus the year-earlier's 373 billion won and 1.6 trillion won three months before. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR3J
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR3G
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR3E
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR3D
February 23, 2010
Convensia building and Sheraton Incheon Hotel (R) are seen in the Songdo International Business District...
Incheon, South Korea
Convensia building and Sheraton Incheon Hotel are seen in the Songdo International Business District...
Convensia building and Sheraton Incheon Hotel (R) are seen in the Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR34
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
for an AD client request. this pic only for RP.
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR32
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR2Z
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR2W
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR2AR2T
February 23, 2010
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February...
Incheon, South Korea
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo
The Songdo International Business District in Incheon, west of Seoul, is seen in this aerial photo, February 23, 2010. With total building costs set to exceed $20 billion, the Songdo International Business District is, according to its backers, the largest private development project ever undertaken. New York-based Gale International and South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction is Songdo's main developer. The city plans by 2014 that it includes 50 million square feet of office space, 9,000 new homes, a 100-acre park, top-ranked schools and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS)
POSCO/
RTR28UKM
January 14, 2010
A worker loads iron at a steel product shop in Seoul January 14, 2010. South Korea's POSCO forecast on...
Seoul, South Korea
A worker loads iron at a steel product shop in Seoul
A worker loads iron at a steel product shop in Seoul January 14, 2010. South Korea's POSCO forecast on Thursday that domestic steel demand would grow 13 percent this year, driven by automakers and builders, while the global demand was expected to rise around 10 percent. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
POSCO/
RTR28UKK
January 14, 2010
A worker walks besides steel coils at a steel coil company in Seoul January 14, 2010. South Korea's POSCO...
Seoul, South Korea
A worker walks besides steel coils at a steel coil company in Seoul
A worker walks besides steel coils at a steel coil company in Seoul January 14, 2010. South Korea's POSCO forecast on Thursday that domestic steel demand would grow 13 percent this year, driven by automakers and builders, while the global demand was expected to rise around 10 percent. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
POSCO/
RTR28UJM
January 14, 2010
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang speaks during the company's CEO forum releasing its 2009 fourth...
Seoul, South Korea
POSCO CEO Chung speaks during the company's CEO forum releasing its 2009 fourth quarter operating profit...
POSCO Chief Executive Chung Joon-yang speaks during the company's CEO forum releasing its 2009 fourth quarter operating profit in Seoul January 14, 2010. POSCO, the world's No.4 steelmaker, plans to continue cutting costs sharply and make record-high investments to cope with a potentially long recession, it said after reporting its strongest operating profit in five quarters. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
POSCO/
RTR28UJF
January 14, 2010
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks besides a directory at the company's headquarters in Seoul January...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks besides a directory at the company's headquarters in Seoul
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks besides a directory at the company's headquarters in Seoul January 14, 2010. POSCO, the world's No.4 steelmaker, plans to continue cutting costs sharply and make record-high investments to cope with a potentially long recession, it said after reporting its strongest operating profit in five quarters. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
POSCO/
RTR28UJE
January 14, 2010
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul January 14, 2010. POSCO,...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul January 14, 2010. POSCO, the world's No.4 steelmaker, plans to continue cutting costs sharply and make record-high investments to cope with a potentially long recession, it said after reporting its strongest operating profit in five quarters. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS-KOREA-STOCKS/
RTXQ4AT
October 29, 2009
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank walks past screens displaying the South Korean stock...
Seoul, South Korea
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank walks past screens displaying the South Korean stock...
A foreign currency dealer of the Korea Exchange Bank walks past screens displaying the South Korean stock price index at the bank's headquarters in Seoul October 29, 2009. Seoul shares fell to near 2-month lows in a broad sell-off on Thursday, with steelmaker POSCO hit by sector leader ArcelorMittal's grim outlook, which fuelled concerns about a weakening economic recovery pace. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24546
June 01, 2009
CEO of South Korea's POSCO Research Institute Kim Joon-han delivers a speech during the ASEAN-KOREA CEO...
Seogwipo, South Korea
CEO of South Korea's POSCO Research Institute Kim Joon-han delivers a speech during the ASEAN-KOREA CEO...
CEO of South Korea's POSCO Research Institute Kim Joon-han delivers a speech during the ASEAN-KOREA CEO Summit at the International Convention Center in Seogwipo, in the southern resort island of Jeju June 1, 2009. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS BUSINESS)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTXDUH1
April 10, 2009
Flags flutter at steelmaker POSCO's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's POSCO, the world's...
Seoul, South Korea
Flags flutter at steelmaker POSCO's headquarters in Seoul
Flags flutter at steelmaker POSCO's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, said on Friday it was seeking a 50 percent cut in contract iron ore prices for the year started on April 1. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS ENERGY)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTXDUGY
April 10, 2009
A flag flutters at steelmaker POSCO's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's POSCO, the...
Seoul, South Korea
Flag flutters at steelmaker POSCO's headquarters in Seoul
A flag flutters at steelmaker POSCO's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, said on Friday it was seeking a 50 percent cut in contract iron ore prices for the year started on April 1. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS ENERGY)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTXDUGT
April 10, 2009
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's...
Seoul, South Korea
Employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at company's headquarters in Seoul
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, said on Friday it was seeking a 50 percent cut in contract iron ore prices for the year started on April 1. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS ENERGY)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTXDUGP
April 10, 2009
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's...
Seoul, South Korea
Employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at company's headquarters in Seoul
An employee of steelmaker POSCO walks at the company's headquarters in Seoul April 10, 2009. South Korea's POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, said on Friday it was seeking a 50 percent cut in contract iron ore prices for the year started on April 1. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA BUSINESS ENERGY)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC29C
February 25, 2009
A vehicle passes the headquarters of POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, in Pohang, about 370 km...
Pohang, South Korea
A vehicle passes the headquarters of POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, in Pohang
A vehicle passes the headquarters of POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC29A
February 25, 2009
An employee of POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, works at the company's headquarters in Pohang,...
Pohang, South Korea
An employee of POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, works at the company's headquarters in Pohang...
An employee of POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, works at the company's headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC284
February 25, 2009
Hot rolled steel coils are stacked at a production line at POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker,...
Pohang, South Korea
Hot rolled steel coils are stacked at a production line at POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker,...
Hot rolled steel coils are stacked at a production line at POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC281
February 25, 2009
A logo of POSCO, South Korea's top steel maker, is seen at the company's information centre in Pohang,...
Pohang, South Korea
A logo of POSCO, South Korea's top steel maker, is seen at the company's information centre in Pohang...
A logo of POSCO, South Korea's top steel maker, is seen at the company's information centre in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC27X
February 25, 2009
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south...
Pohang, South Korea
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC27G
February 25, 2009
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south...
Pohang, South Korea
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC27B
February 25, 2009
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south...
Pohang, South Korea
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC26Z
February 25, 2009
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south...
Pohang, South Korea
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang
POSCO's hot strip steel mill is seen at the company's factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-IRAQ/
RTXC26X
February 25, 2009
A worker stands beside a hot strip mill at a factory of steel maker POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230...
Pohang, South Korea
A worker stands beside a hot strip mill at a factory of steel maker POSCO in Pohang
A worker stands beside a hot strip mill at a factory of steel maker POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, February 25, 2009, during the visit of the Prime Minister of Iraq's Kurdish regional administration Nechirvan Barzani. South Korea will provide Iraq with $3.55 billion worth of infrastructure in return for oil field stakes, the Energy Ministry said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
RTX97Q2
October 05, 2008
View of a POSCO steelworks in Gwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, is seen in this March...
GWANGYANG, South Korea
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
View of a POSCO steelworks in Gwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, is seen in this March 16, 2007 file photo. Pohang's oldest furnace, with a 35-year history, helped POSCO grow into the world's No.4 steel giant. But it may soon become a thing of the past as POSCO, which alone produces around 10 percent of South Korea's total carbon dioxide, moves to new technology to cope with stricter carbon emission rules. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won/Files (SOUTH KOREA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
RTX97Q1
October 05, 2008
An employee washes the floor next to foundry crucibles at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230...
Pohang, South Korea
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
An employee washes the floor next to foundry crucibles at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, in this July 20, 2006 file photo. Pohang's oldest furnace, with a 35-year history, helped POSCO grow into the world's No.4 steel giant. But it may soon become a thing of the past as POSCO, which alone produces around 10 percent of South Korea's total carbon dioxide, moves to new technology to cope with stricter carbon emission rules. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files (SOUTH KOREA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
RTX97PY
October 05, 2008
View of a POSCO steelworks in Gwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, is seen in this March...
GWANGYANG, South Korea
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
View of a POSCO steelworks in Gwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, is seen in this March 16, 2007 file photo. Pohang's oldest furnace, with a 35-year history, helped POSCO grow into the world's No.4 steel giant. But it may soon become a thing of the past as POSCO, which alone produces around 10 percent of South Korea's total carbon dioxide, moves to new technology to cope with stricter carbon emission rules. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won/Files (SOUTH KOREA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
RTX97PW
October 05, 2008
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker,...
Pohang, South Korea
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, in this July 20, 2006 file photo. Pohang's oldest furnace, with a 35-year history, helped POSCO grow into the world's No.4 steel giant. But it may soon become a thing of the past as POSCO, which alone produces around 10 percent of South Korea's total carbon dioxide, moves to new technology to cope with stricter carbon emission rules. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/KOREA-CARBON REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBDP
April 10, 2008
A worker pushes remnants from an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's...
Seoul, South Korea
A worker pushes remnants from an ironworks in Seoul
A worker pushes remnants from an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBDN
April 10, 2008
Ironmasters talk at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest...
Seoul, South Korea
Ironmasters talk at an ironworks in Seoul
Ironmasters talk at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBDK
April 10, 2008
Workers move steel bars at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest...
Seoul, South Korea
Workers move steel bars at an ironworks in Seoul
Workers move steel bars at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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