Exports, the backbone of the South Korean economy, have taken a hit over the past year, dragged down by the weight of global uncertainty, a trade battle with Japan and a glut of semiconductors that have flattened that market.
South Korea's difficult economic environment won't just make it harder for President Moon Jae In to enact his political agenda; in the next few months, it will threaten the continuity of his government. As with the rest of the Asia-Pacific, South Korea's economy is contending with slackening global demand, the...
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