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27th May 2022 00:00China+, Daily Monitor

The BoK hiked rates as expected, to 1.75%, and revised inflation forecasts sharply higher.

Governor Rhee insisted that monetary policy must focus on inflation, despite slowing growth.

A return to neutral implies hikes at every meeting this year, but the BoK looks too bullish on growth.

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