Per-capita GDP expected to increase 1.3% y/y in 2012.

By bne IntelliNews January 2, 2013
South Korea's per-capita gross domestic product (GDP) is projected to increase 1.3% y/y registering USD 22,705 this year. As reported by Yonhap English News, the country's per-capita GDP is likely to only marginally inch up during the period, due to the easing economy. The country's economy is forecasted to grow 2.1% during the period, steeply below the earlier forecast of 3.3%.

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