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Wrong medicine

29 July 2014 By Andy Mukherjee

Seoul has loosened limits on mortgage borrowing to rescue GDP growth. The real problem, though, is two years of below-target inflation. That has hurt consumption by keeping the real value of household debt too high. Bold monetary easing might be more helpful.

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