South Korea's Inflation Pressures `Dormant'

South Korea's Inflation Pressures `Dormant' Play

April 13 (Bloomberg) -- Erik Lueth, a Hong Kong-based economist at Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, talks about South Korea's economy, central bank monetary policy, and North Korea's rocket launch. The Bank of Korea kept borrowing costs unchanged for a 10th straight month after the rocket launch and as austerity measures in developed economies limit demand for exports. Lueth speaks with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move Asia." (He spoke before the Bank of Korea announced its policy decision. Source: Bloomberg)

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