In the media | 11 Apr 2023

CNBC: Interest rate cuts in South Korea would be a ‘premature’ move for now, economist says

Sung Eun Jung, Lead Economist at Oxford Economics joins CNBC and says “an extended pause in the rate cycle seems to be the most likely outcome.”

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