Seoul searching

30 November 2017 By William Pesek

Seoul’s first increase in benchmark borrowing costs for more than six years is a prudent step toward normalising monetary policy, given signs of economic strength. But crushing consumer debt and a housing slowdown mean the central bank must tread carefully.

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