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Asia | 2 May 2019 April Trade Data Point to a Potential V-Shaped Recovery for Korea in Q2
Korean exports continued to fall year-over-year in April, but the story isn't as bleak as the headlines suggest.

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2 May 2019 April Trade Data Point to a Potential V-Shaped Recovery for Korea in Q2

By Freya Beamish

Korean exports continued to fall year-over-year in April, but the story isn't as bleak as the headlines suggest.

Posted: 2nd May 2019 in 'Asia'

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