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Korea’s economy grew by 6 percent on year in the second quarter this year, slightly faster than earlier projections, as exports and consumer and government spending were strong.
North Korea's economy contracted 4.5 percent in 2020, the steepest fall since 1997, according to the Bank of Korea (BOK) Friday.
Korea’s economy grew at the fastest pace in more than a decade, according to figures from the Bank of Korea.
The standard of living has long been the focus of economics. Alfred Marshall, who pioneered the field of economics as social science in his 1890 book “Principles of Economics,” defined economics as “a study of mankind in the...
The government set its economic growth target at 4.2 percent for this year. That's a major jump from its previous target of 3.2 percent and even higher than the 4 percent goal announced by President Moon Jae-in in May.
Korea's economy contracted in 2020, the first real decline in gross domestic product (GDP) since the Asian financial crisis, according to revised figures released by the central bank Wednesday.
Korea's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 1.8 percent in the first quarter compared to the previous year, and rebounded to pre-pandemic levels.
Korea’s economic growth last year was the lowest since the 1998 Asian economic crisis, according to data from the Bank of Korea Thursday.
Korea's gross domestic product (GDP) fell 1 percent last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Bank of Korea said Tuesday, marking the lowest growth rate in 22 years.