Wn/simple/South Korea may create tax; North Korea worried

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The South Korean president

The president of South Korea, Lee Myung-bak, thinks he could create a tax to help cover the costs of combining North Korea with South Korea. However, relations between them may go bad.

In a speech, Lee said "it's time to start talking about reunification of North and South Korea. It would require $1 trillion dollars.

However, North Korea is worried that their government would fall down.

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