日本の大手銀行 中国企業向け営業に活路 (일본의 대형 은행 중국 기업 대상 영업 활로)

 

日本の大手銀行 中国企業向け営業に活路

国内総生産の伸び率は6.7%のプラスで、横ばいとなりました。しかし、日本からの直接投資は3年連続で減少しています。こうしたなか、中国で日系企業向けにビジネスを展開してきた日本の大手銀行は、新たなターゲットの開拓に動き始めています。日本からの企業進出が頭打ちとなるなか、中国から海外に出ようという現地企業を対象にしたビジネスの拡大に力を入れることにしたのです。新たな経営環境を生き抜くために始めた中国企業向けの営業を成功させるには、これまで日本企業を相手に培ってきた経験を強みにできるかがカギを握ることになりそうです。

일본의 대형 은행 중국 기업 대상 영업 활로

국내 총생산 증가율은 6.7 % 상승하면서 보합세가 되었습니다. 그러나 일본에서의 직접 투자는 3년 연속으로 감소하고 있습니다. 이런 가운데 중국에서 일본계 기업대상으로 사업을 전개한 일본의 대형 은행은 새로운 대상의 개척을 향해 움직이기 시작하고 있습니다. 일본기업 진출이 포화되는 가운데 중국에서 해외로 나가려는 현지 기업을 대상으로 한 사업 확장에 주력하기로 했습니다. 새로운 경영 환경에서 살아 남기 위해 시작한 중국 기업의 영업을 성공 시키려면, 지금까지 일본 기업을 상대로 쌓아온 경험을 강점으로 할 수 있느냐가 관건이 될 것입니다.

  1. 国内総生産(こくないそうせいさん)국내총생산
  2. 伸び率(のびりつ)증가율
  3. 横ばい(よこばい)보합세
  4. 直接投資(ちょくせつとうし)직접투자
  5. 連続(れんぞく)연속
  6. 減少(げんしょう)감소
  7. 大手銀行(おおてぎんこう)대형은행
  8. 日系企業(にっけいきぎょう)일본계기업
  9. 展開(てんかい)전개
  10. 開拓(かいたく)개척
  11. 進出(しんしゅつ)진출
  12. 頭打ち(あたまうち)포화상태, 더 진전할 가망이 없는 상태
  13. 経営環境(けいえいかんきょう)경영환경
  14. 生き抜く(いきぬく)살아남다
  15. 培う(つちかう)쌓다
  16. 経験(けいけん)경험

 

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20160716/k10010598371000.html?utm_int=news-business_contents_list-items_003

Korea raises minimum wage for 2017 by 7.3% to US $ 5.70 an hour

 

The labor ministry has set Korea’s minimum wage at 6,470 won or 5 dollars and 70 cents an hour. The new minimum wage translates to just over 45 U.S. dollars for an eight-hour work day or 1,200 dollars a month. The ministry says the 7.3 percent minimum pay raise will affect more than 3.3 million workers in Korea. Although the decision made by a trilateral council of representatives from labor, management and the general public, it was met with disapproval by those who think the raise is too small and those who think it is too much. Trade unions are calling for the minimum wage to be raised to at least 10,000 won or 8 dollars 80 cents an hour. The Korea Employers’ Federation says the raise will put more burden on smaller companies.

 

 

노동부는 최저임금 시급을 6,470원 (미화 5달러 70센트)으로 결정했습니다. 새로운 최저임금을 기준으로 하루 8시간을 일하면 45불을 조금 넘게 되며 한 달로 따지면 1,200 달러를 받게 됩니다. 노동부는 7.3% 인상된 최저임금은 한국의 330만명 이상의 근로자들에게 적용될 것이라고 밝혔습니다. 이번 결정은 노사정 3자 합의에 의한 것임에도 불구하고 최저임금 상승폭이 너무 작거나 높다고 생각하는 이들의 반대에 부딪혔습니다. 한국노총은 최소 만원 (미화 8달러 80센트) 이상으로 최저임금을 올릴 것을 촉구하고 있습니다. 경영자총협회는 최소임금 인상이 중소기업의 부담을 가중시킬 것이라고 말했습니다.

 

Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 29, 2016)

Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 29, 2016)

 

 

1. Saenuri Party attempts to appease angry Seongju residents over the deployment of THAAD system. Although the ruling party came up with alternatives such as establishing a ‘THAAD safety consultation body’ and holding a hearing, many criticize that the measure is an exit strategy on the premise of the THAAD deployment.

Why doesn’t Saenuri Party go through fair ratification process in the National Assembly? The Minjoo Party would not oppose the ratification. It is worthwhile for them. (I can cheat as much as Saenuri)

 

2. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Japan’s suggestion is not true which uses 1 billion yen from a donation of victims of comfort women foundation and establish a scholarship project for Korean international students. The ministry says ‘the foundation plans to start a business to regain the victims’ damaged reputation and dignity and heal their wounds.’

The ministry must feel unhappy because people do not believe what they say. They should have gained trust in the beginning.

 

http://www.gobalnews.com/bbs/list.html?table=bbs_14&idxno=20396&page=1&total=8032&sc_area=&sc_word=

Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 28, 2016)

Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 28, 2016)

 

 

1. There is rising controversy over Justice Ministry’s ban on a Korean American’s entry to South Korea as the person plans to oppose the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system. The reason why the ministry denied his admission into South Korea is that the person is likely to harm South Korea’s interests or public safety.

Someone once said unification would hit the jackpot. The deployment of THAAD may harm public safety.

 

2. There is criticism over the Ministry of Education as the ministry sent an official notice to schools about ‘Explaining the Defense Ministry’s position on the THAAD deployment to education employees, students, and parents.’ The notice elucidates how to make access to the website of the Defense Ministry’s ‘Knowing THAAD right’ or attaches the ministry’s promotional materials about ‘Knowing THAAD right’ to the official notice.

When did the Ministry of Education decide to become a spokesperson for the Ministry of Defense?

 

3. The unit price based on accumulated energy usage only applies to the household while corporations that use more electricity pay less energy bill. Consumer groups lodged a compensation claim against the Korea Power Electric Corporation (KEPCO) for excessive power bills, but the court postponed the sentence for two years.

People install expensive air conditioners for decoration. Don’t judges have air conditioners at home?

 

4.Park Hae-jin, a South Korean actor, has done a good deed in secret for a long time. Park donated the total amount of 1.1 billion Korean Won to Japan’s earthquake damage in 2011, sending daily necessities for Guryoung Village in Gaepo-dong in 2013, Sewol Ferry’s accident in 2014, and construction of children’s rehabilitation hospital.

Park believes that ‘he should repay the love he receives from others and practice true love.’ He is not only good-looking. Someone should learn from him.

 

5. More than half of job seekers in South Korea believe that parents’ capability affects their finding a job. As for parents’ ability which affects finding work, the ‘network’ topped the list. About 30% of job seekers blame their parents’ capacity.

South Korean parents are blamed after they sacrificed their life for their children. The reality is not only sad but rather bitter.

 

http://www.gobalnews.com/bbs/list.html?table=bbs_14&idxno=20394&page=1&total=8031&sc_area=&sc_word=

Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 27, 2016)

Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 27, 2016)

 

 

1. Internet users are angry over the South Korean government that tricked the victims of sexual slavery of Japanese army during World War II by forcing them to participate in the ‘Comfort Women Foundation’ ceremony. There is rising criticism that ‘what the government did to the victims was no different from Japanese army.’

What the government is doing is not right. They deserve criticism.

 

2. Last year, about 9,000 cherished pets were abandoned in Seoul alone. The phenomenon called ‘pet version of Goryojang,’ in which owners abandon their pets during summer holidays because they become tired of their dogs and cats or their pets are old and ill.

Owners who once adored their lap dogs and cats do not love them forever. Animal companions are not toys.

 

3. The average height of South Korean women has shot up by more than 20.1 cm over the century, reaching 162.3 cm, the fastest growing in 200 countries. Korean men have also grown taller by 15.1 cm from 159.8 to 174.9 cm, marking the 55th tallest from the 5th shortest.

The taller the height, the greater the women’s rights. This stays on the same.

 

4. As the sweltering heat continues, there are growing numbers of patients who suffer from heat-related illness such as heat exhaustion, heat cramps, heat syncope, and heat edema, which rose by twice compared to a year ago. The weather forecast says that this scorching heat will continue in the next couple of weeks, which people have to pay attention to their health.

There are many types of heat-related diseases. So do many Parks: Pro-Park, No-Park, Royal-Park Exit-Park, and Bankrupt-Park. We should be mindful to both Park and heat-related illness.

 

http://www.gobalnews.com/bbs/list.html?table=bbs_14&idxno=20393&page=1&total=8030&sc_area=&sc_word=

Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 26, 2016)

Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 26, 2016)

 

1. After US Armed Forces’ decision to deploy THAAD system on South Korean soil, South Korean foreign ministry was shocked by China’s unexpected stiff opposition. The tension between Seoul and Beijing escalates as China shows the possibility of retaliation.

They must have believed that giving a lick and promise would solve the issue. They only made the North Korea-China relations better.

 

2. Two months have passed since online shopping malls in South Korea launched a ‘boycott campaign’ against Oxy products but the company is still selling their products online. The online industry protested that they did their best by setting up banned words and excluding the products from promotional events but added that it was virtually impossible to force consumers not to purchase Oxy products.

They are making an excuse. They are good at being bossy.

 

3. With fast-growing aging population, medical advancement, and growing interests in health, South Korea’s centenarian population surpassed 3,000, which has grown by 72% in the last five years. More than 70% of these seniors did not either smoke or drink alcohol in their lifetime.

Isn’t this truly ‘believe or not’ story? There is no way to find out, though.

 

4. There is rising concern over possible blackout that occurred five years ago due to growing amount of electricity usage as a result of tropical night phenomenon and burning heat. However, many shops leave the door open while the air conditioner is on.

The electricity company does not apply the unit price based on accumulated energy usage to these stores. I do not want to go into the shops where the door is open because it looks hot inside.

http://www.gobalnews.com/bbs/list.html?table=bbs_14&idxno=20391&page=1&total=8029&sc_area=&sc_word=

 

 

Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 25, 2016)

7월 25일 신문을 통해 알게 된 이야기들
Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (July 25, 2016)
 
 
1. The South Korean government individually contacted the victims of sexual slavery of Japanese army and encouraged them to participate in the ‘Comfort Women Foundation’ ceremony that launches on the 28th. There are suspicions over the ‘treatment to lunch’ in the process as the government encouraged the victims to join the ceremony.
 
In other words, don’t say anything because we invite you to the lunch, right? What da heck.
 
2. Vice defense minister Hwang In-moo visited Seongju, Gyeongbuk Province where the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system is deployed to establish communication with residents. Seongju residents turned away the Hwang’s plan to stay in Seongju from 22 to 24 of this month and initiate communication with them and commissioners on a strike against THAAD.
 
Are there any other external influence? Why didn’t you take a close look?
 
3. Some activities opposed the Sewol Ferry Special bill and deliberately spread the posts that disparaged the Sewol Ferry victims of bereaved families in social media. The Sewol Ferry Special Committee used the keyword ‘Sewol Ferry’, analyzed all the posts, and came up with the results.
 
I heard that the pattern of posts was similar to Korea National Intelligence Service.