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The Bank of Korea has joined the U.S. Federal Reserve in reversing the unconventional easy-credit policy once led by the Fed and other central banks.   © Reuters
Looking ahead 2018

QE unwinding is more dangerous than it appears

Asia's emerging markets remain dependent on central bank liquidity

Henny Sender, Nikkei Asian Review Columnist | China

At the end of November, South Korea raised interest rates for the first time in six years.

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