Se o homem da Samsung está na Coreia do Sul, então é porque não vai haver mesmo guerra. Ora leiam este artigo.
When North Korea started threatening violence last month we listed four reasons why another Korean War wasn’t likely. Two, possibly three, of those indicators have now changed. The Kaesong Industrial Complex, a key economic link between the two Koreas, has been closed and South Korea’s stock market has fallen, a sign that Korean investors, long jaded by the Pyongyang’s war blustering, are getting nervous. To top it off, today, (April 12) the Pentagon said it has reasonable confidence North Korea can put a nuclear warhead on a missile as US secretary of state John Kerry visits Seoul in hopes of finding a solution to the crisis.
But here’s a hopeful sign. The chairman of Samsung Electronic, Lee Kun-hee, has returned to Seoul after a three-month trip away. As the blog, SINO-NK says, the septuagenerian arrived last weekend and told reporters he had “met many people, took many trips, and planned…
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