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Asia | 29 March 2019 Debt-Assisted Household Spending Will Keep Potential BoK Cuts at Bay
Korea's business survey index rose for a second straight month in March, to 75 from 73 in February, on our adjustment.

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29 March 2019 Debt-Assisted Household Spending Will Keep Potential BoK Cuts at Bay

By Freya Beamish

Korea's business survey index rose for a second straight month in March, to 75 from 73 in February, on our adjustment.

Posted: 29th Mar 2019 in 'Asia'

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