South Korean government sees stronger growth this year

06/27/2013 | (South Korea) · (South Korea)

Citing lower interest rates and added government spending, the South Korean government has boosted its growth estimate to 2.7% for 2013. Separately, the Bank of Korea reported the nation had a record current-account surplus of US$8.6 billion in May, marking the 16th consecutive month of surplus.

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