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Vietnam Veteran John Melillo Finds Healing Through Art
Combating COVID-19: Lessons from Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan – [email protected]
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Malaysia lifts travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people
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Oct
2021
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Combating COVID-19: Lessons from Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan – [email protected]

If countries invest in information and communications technology (ICT), could that that improve their ability to protect public health during a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic? How have Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea leveraged their IT infrastructure and capabilities to deal with the crisis? What could other governments learn from their experience? Is it possible to develop a framework for the public administration of health that can be amplified by ICT-related capabilities? Ravi Aron addresses these questions and more in…
Aug
2021
12

Cryptocurrency Exchanges in South Korea to Be Classified as Highly Risky

South Korea continues to enforce stricter rules on the cryptocurrency space with the latest legislation to classify exchanges as high-risk entities. The move comes as the Asian country aims to enhance the monitoring of financial transactions and user ID verifications. The Korea Times reported that the Financial Services Commission (FSC), South Korea’s financial watchdog, has implemented a new classification on cryptocurrency exchanges. According to the new legislation, trading venues will be placed in the same category as other high-risk organizations.…
May
2021
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Officials of South Korea’s Watchdog Have to Report Crypto Holdings by May 7

South Korea continues to reaffirm its grip on crypto regulations as the country’s regulator has ordered all of its officials to report their digital asset holdings. Additionally, the nation’s Financial Minister said that South Korea will “inevitably” impose taxes on gains from virtual asset trading next year. FSC Employees to Report Crypto Investments The East Asian country has been discussing various cryptocurrency regulations for the past few years. Most recently, South Korea’s Financial Services Commission asked financial companies to monitor…
May
2021
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South Korea to Impose Hefty Fines on Crypto Exchanges for Failing to Comply with AML Rules

South Korea’s financial regulator, the Financial Services Commission (FSC), has announced new possible penalties for cryptocurrency exchanges based or operating in the country if they fail to comply with existing anti-money laundering (AML) rules. New Penalties for Crypto Exchanges in South Korea According to the FSC’s statement from earlier today, the newly-announced initiative will affect all virtual asset service providers (VASPs), including digital asset exchanges. The revision proposal for the supervisory regulation is scheduled to become effective on March 25th,…