Pantheon Macroeconomics - Japan's government is sucking out more private funds than it is pumping in. Weak oil prices will continue to pull down Korean inflation in the coming months.

Asia | ASIAN DATA WRAP 2 Apr 2020
Japan's government is sucking out more private funds than it is pumping in. Weak oil prices will continue to pull down Korean inflation in the coming months.

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ASIAN DATA WRAP 2 Apr 2020

By Beamish Freya

Japan's government is sucking out more private funds than it is pumping in. Weak oil prices will continue to pull down Korean inflation in the coming months.

Posted: 2nd Apr 2020 in 'Asia'

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