Country likely to world's seventh biggest economy by 2032.

By bne IntelliNews January 25, 2011
South Korea is expected to become the world's seventh-largest economy by 2032, if it continues to propel its growth engines. As reported by Asia in Focus, Kim Seok-dong, the head of the Financial Services Commission, stated that the country is expected to become the world's tenth-largest economy in 2020, and by 2032, is forecasted to outdo Germany to join the ranks of the world's seven largest economies.

Country likely to world's seventh biggest economy by 2032.

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