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[Graphic News] Weak yen hits Korean exportsBy Korea Herald
Published : May 14, 2013 - 20:35
According to reports from CEIC Co. and Mirae Asset Securities, the Korean export unit cost during the five months from November to March fell just 0.5 percent.
Industry experts said if the yen depreciation continued, Korea’s major export items such as automobiles and steel products would lose their price competitiveness.
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