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FKI, local governments ink MOUs on child care
Eun-Gyung, HYUN / Social Contribution Team
   FKI and the Community Chest of Korea signed MOUs with 12 local governments on the 2016 Bodeumi Nanumi (or caring and sharing) child care center project at the FKI Tower Conference Center on October 26. The project is designed to build 101 child care centers across the nation.

   The council of FKI chairman and deputy chairmen decided to launch the project in November, 2008, to build 100 facilities from 2008 to 2016. It was aiming at providing the people in the low income bracket with a quality child care environment and dealing with low fertility.

   In his address at the signing ceremony, FKI Chairman Chang Soo Huh said, "We have been able to achieve our goal of building 100 centers thanks to enthusiasm and support of local governments, the National Assembly and businesses." "The business community will be in the forefront of ushering the nation to the future and solving social issues in the days to come," he added.