SEOUL, Nov 8 (Reuters) - If the Economist magazine 's Big Mac Index is too fattening, South Korea may have the answer with a Kimchi Index tracking the cost of ingredients in the pungent cabbage dish that is gaining fans worldwide as a healthy "superfood".
Early in 2011, The Economist magazine ran a cover story titled ‘The Next Golden State.’ The title, incidentally, referred to Australia. The large island down under
talked of “painful efforts ahead” and asked union leaders to negotiate labor-market reforms by December. The Economist magazine says various steps are being considered, including enabling businesses to cut working hours and salaries during
Korea. Why can’t they leave something for the rest of us,” quipped an enraged small business owner to the Economist magazine . Such is the dominance of the chaebols in South Korea. A 20-something entrepreneur with high dreams often
called ordinary times, data also indicates the crowd is more likely wrong when it comes to investments. The Economist magazine investigated Morningstar fund flow data and performance statistics in the U.S. to determine if investor crowd
levels. No wonder firms have been able to boost productivity and profit margins in this environment!” 1 From The Economist magazine , “In America total real wages have risen by $168 billion since the recovery began, but that has been far