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A proposed tax jumps the gun on reunification of North and South Korea

"President Lee should have first reinstalled South-North exchanges and laid the groundwork for the mood for unification before proposing a unification tax.”

Yang Moo-jin, a researcher at the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul, commenting on the South Korean president's proposal on Sunday to reunite North and South Korea and pay for it with a tax.

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