New BOK Board Seen Favoring Lower Rates for GrowthBy
Central bank watchers say most candidates have dovish stance
Four new nominess will vote on interest rates from May 13
A changing of the guard on Bank of Korea’s board will usher in four policy makers with links to the government, increasing speculation that the BOK may cut borrowing costs that are already at a record low.
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