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Assessing the impact of a war in Korea

The most important impact of a full-scale conflict on the Korean peninsula would be a massive loss of life. But there would also be significant economic consequences. In this Focus we discuss the consequences of a war on the Korean economy, as well as the impact on global supply chains, inflation and growth.

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