Benchmark 7-day repo rate expected to remain unchanged at 3.25% on January 13.

By bne IntelliNews January 16, 2012
South Korea's benchmark 7-day repo rate is expected to remain unchanged at 3.25% on January 13 this year. As reported by Asia Pulse, the central bank is expected to keep rates unchanged in order to safeguard the economy form external volatilities. The government and the central bank has pledged to prioritise price stability this year, undercutting expectations for a rate cut that would help boost economic growth.
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