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Ulsan

(o͞ol`sän`), city (1995 pop. 333,178), SE South Korea, an independent metropolitan city and a port on the Korea Strait. Once a fishing port and agricultural center, it is now an industrial center, with oil refineries, chemical plants, and a large sugar refinery. Automobiles, fertilizer, textiles, ships, and aluminum are produced.

Ulsan

 

a city and major port in South Korea, in the province of Kyongsang-namdo; situated in the bay Ulsan-man of the Sea of Japan. Population, 157,000 (1970). The city has a petroleum and chemical complex, including facilities for oil-refining and the manufacture of mineral fertilizers. There is fishing.

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Ulsan, home to the world's biggest shipbuilder, claimed the new company is a genuine head office of Hyundai Heavy Industries, thus the new firm should be headquartered in Ulsan, not Seoul.
The teams drew 0-0 at the Jubilee Stadium in the first round of matches, with Sydney arguably the better side, and Ulsan have beaten both Shanghai SIPG and Kawasaki Frontale 1-0 in their previous continental home games with second-half strikes.
His 20-year-old daughter, who entered a Hyundai Heavy-affiliated university hoping to land a job in Ulsan, is now looking for work elsewhere.
Some experts and industry executive warn Ulsan - home to the world's biggest shipbuilder and largest carmaking complex - might be South Korea's 'Rust Belt' in the making.
As part of the agreement, Novelis will sell its 50% of its ownership interest in its Ulsan, South Korea facility to Kobe Steel for USD315m.
Forwards: Kim Shinwook (Ulsan Hyundai), Koo Ja-cheol (Mainz), Lee Keunho (Sangju Sangmu), Park Chu-young (Arsenal).
"Ulsan have had to wait for a long time to come to final so I told the players we must win the game and to do that we must play a normal game," CNN quoted coach Kim Ho-gon, as saying.
Tournament leading scorers Ulsan have won their last eight games in the competition to become the fourth Korean side in succession to reach the AFC Champions League final, with Kim Ho-gon's side having scored 24 goals in their 11 match unbeaten campaign.
The Munich-based chemical group is constructing a new plant with an annual capacity of 40,000 metric tons at its site in Ulsan. This measure will almost double Ulsan's VAE dispersion capacity, making the enlarged production complex one of the biggest of its kind in South Korea.
Byline: Joint venture worth $76m is the second largest of its kind in Ulsan, Korea.
Summary: Horizon Terminals Limited and Taeyoung Industries have inaugurated the Horizon Taeyoung Korea Terminals, the second largest chemical terminal projects in Ulsan, Korea, developed at a total cost of US$ 76 million.