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Limping along

9 December 2016 By Jun Yang

The National Assembly ousted President Park Geun-hye amid a corruption scandal. Though politicians swiftly made the historic move, clouds will still linger over the Korean economy and markets. A court can shoot down the bill after a lengthy review. Overseas risks also abound.

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