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A billboard at a gas station in Songpa District, southeastern Seoul, on Sunday shows a liter of gasoline sold for 1,638 won ($1.51). Gas prices have been going up for 18 consecutive weeks, creating a major risk to the nation’s economic growth. [YONHAP]
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