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Korea Loses Spot as Third Largest Sender of Students to the U.S.

In 2016, South Korea officially dropped from the third largest source of international students in the United States to the fourth largest, now sitting behind China, India, and Saudi Arabia. The gap is small – Saudi Arabia sent just 280 more students than Korea in 2016 – but with the number of Korean students in the United States on a downward trend, that gap may widen in the coming years.

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Korea’s Economic Relationship with India Gets Dragged into Court and Politics

Recent ruling by the Indian Supreme Court is another example of how India continues to turn away potential Korean and international investors

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