Current account surplus reduces to USD230mn in January.

By bne IntelliNews February 28, 2011
The current account surplus in South Korea reduced to USD 230mn in January, way below the figure of USD 2.11bn recorded in the previous month As reported by Xinhua News Agency, according to the data released by Bank of Korea, the goods account surplus reduced to USD1.63bn in January from USD 3.68bn recorded in the previous month, because imports grew USD 1.7bn to reach USD41.1bn,. It was further added that exports fell USD 0.4bn from the previous month to record USD 42.7bn in January.

Current account surplus reduces to USD230mn in January.

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