South Korea’s Realignment to Consumer-Led GrowthA. Gary Shilling
Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- After the 1997-1998 Asian financial crisis, South Korean leaders realized the country’s heavy dependence on exports made it vulnerable to international shocks. To spur domestic spending, the government granted tax breaks to credit-card users.
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