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Coming Sunday

November 24, 2000

IN BUSINESS

RESISTING RECOVERY: South Korea was to be a model of economic reform, but the nation continues to resist closing down assembly lines or factories, regardless of how unprofitable or debt-laden they may be. Above, steelworkers tend to the blast furnace at the sprawling Dangjin Works plant owned by Hanbo, which has been bankrupt for years.

IN REAL ESTATE SECTION

INDEPENDENCE DOOR: A little-known federal program provides job training and seminars to help Southland families move from welfare to work and homeownership.

IN WORK PLACE SECTION

'DOT-GONE' 2000: The "dot-com" shakeout that has occurred this year has resulted in thousands of Internet workers laid off and left them with a sobering dose of uneasiness.

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