Chronology of Major Events February 1, 2005 -- March 31, 2005

March 2005
Korea Focus;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p155
The article presents a chronology of major political and social events that took place in Korea between February 1, 2005 and March 31, 2005. On February 26, Korea and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations pledged to conclude a free trade agreement by the end of 2005 during their first round of negotiations. On March 2, the National Assembly of Korea approved a measure that will allow the government to relocate most of its offices out of its capital Seoul as part of plans to decentralize the nation's capital.


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