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Bank of Korea to cut interest rates in October

The Bank of Korea left its policy rate on hold today (at 3.5%) and appeared to indicate that interest rates would not be cut until it was confident that inflation would fall back to target. Given our view that price pressures will ease further over the coming months, we are sticking with our forecast that interest rates will be cut in October.

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