North Korea Holds South’s Factory Officials

May 1 (Bloomberg) -- North Korea refused to allow seven South Koreans to leave a shuttered industrial park until a dispute involving unpaid wages and bills is settled, prolonging the dispute over the jointly-run project. Zeb Eckert reports on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)

Loop Capital's Jim Reynolds on Infrastructure Investment
07:58 - President Trump has put together his infrastructure commission to look at how to accelerate building in the U.S. Jim Reynolds, chairman and chief executive officer at Loop Capital has put together an infrastructure investment company with Magic Johnson and are pledging to spend billions on U.S. roads, airports and bridges. (Source: Bloomberg)
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