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Posted: Tuesday, November 22, 2011 11:51 am

The South Korean government earlier this month announced a plan to set up a fund as early as this year to begin raising around $50 billion to cover minimal cost of its eventual reunification with North Korea, assuming the unification is peaceful and it takes place within the next 20 years. North Korea called it a "trick" aimed at regime change in Pyongyang.

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