Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea’s current-account surplus probably widened in September from August as exports to the U.S., European Union and Southeast Asian countries increased, the finance ministry said.
The economy faces high uncertainties due to the global fiscal crisis and unstable financial markets and the government will continue efforts to sustain the economic recovery and ease “still-high” inflation, the ministry said in a monthly economic report.
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