Korea Seen Cutting Rates to Spur Growth as Election LoomsEunkyung Seo and Cynthia Kim
South Korea’s weakest inflation in 12 years may encourage the central bank to cut interest rates tomorrow for the second time this year, as Europe’s debt crisis hurts exports and fuels pressure for stimulus across Asia.
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