Xi to Visit Pyongyang Right After N.Korea-U.S. Summit
Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to visit Pyongyang in June, reports said Wednesday. Beijing is moving fast for fear of being left out of the geopolitical game as North Korea and the U.S. are making preparations for a summit. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un invited Xi during a surprise visit to Beijing in late March.
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
Live Broadcasts from Inter-Korean Summit Planned
North and South Korea have agreed to provide some live coverage of the inter-Korean summit next week, Cheong Wa Dae said Wednesday. South Korea proposed the live coverage in the first meeting of working-level officials on April 5.
NORTH KOREA
CIA Chief's N.Korea Visit Brings Summit in Reach
CIA director Mike Pompeo met secretly with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in early April, U.S. officials said Tuesday. That may explain why Kim was shilly-shallying about whether to attend a concert by South Korean musicians in Pyongyang.
BUSINESS
Volkswagen Resumes Sales with 5 New Models
Volkswagen on Wednesday launched five new models at a showcase in Seoul in a heavy marketing blitz following a one-and-a-half year suspension due to an emissions-rigging scandal.