Pantheon Macroeconomics - Let's not get carried away with the Japanese fiscal stimulus. Korea's current account surplus rebounded in October, as the services gap returned to its narrowing trend.

Asia | ASIAN DATA WRAP 5 Dec 2019
Let's not get carried away with the Japanese fiscal stimulus. Korea's current account surplus rebounded in October, as the services gap returned to its narrowing trend.

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ASIAN DATA WRAP 5 Dec 2019

By Freya Beamish

Let's not get carried away with the Japanese fiscal stimulus. Korea's current account surplus rebounded in October, as the services gap returned to its narrowing trend.

Posted: 5th Dec 2019 in 'Asia'

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