PRES. MOON TO REITERATE NEED FOR "PEACE ECONOMY" DURING CABINET MEETING

President Moon Jae-in, in his weekly Cabinet meeting this afternoon, is expected to reiterate the importance of what he calls the "peace economy".
The President has been emphasizing that there will be huge economic potential when the two Koreas join efforts.
In his National Liberation Day address last week, he emphasized the need for peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula a possible solution to Japan's trade measures against South Korea.
However, President Moon is unlikely to convey another message towards Japan at the meeting.



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