Growth forecast up

Balch, Roger
August 1995
Asian Business Review;Aug95, p10
Reports on the revision of economic forecast growth of South Korea by the central Bank of Korea. Growth forecast for 1995 up from 7.3 to nine per cent; Optimism of the economic growth based on continued upswing in corporate investment and rapid recovery in construction sector; Maintenance of strong growth by `lavish' consumer spending and strong exports.


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