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IMF raises 2017 growth outlook for South Korea

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IMF raises 2017 growth outlook for South KoreaSeoul (AFP) Nov 14, 2017

The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday raised its 2017 growth forecast for South Korea, as improving exports and construction investment offset elevated geopolitical tensions over the North Korea nuclear crisis. Wrapping up a two-week visit, the IMF said it expects Asia's fourth-largest economy to expand 3.2 percent this year, up from its earlier prediction of 3.0 percent. "The momen
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