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Asia | 11 April 2019 Korea's March Jobs Report will Help the BoK Stave off Calls for Cuts
Korea's labour market took an overdue breather in March after an extremely volatile start to the year.

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11 April 2019 Korea's March Jobs Report will Help the BoK Stave off Calls for Cuts

By Freya Beamish

Korea's labour market took an overdue breather in March after an extremely volatile start to the year.

Posted: 11th Apr 2019 in 'Asia'

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