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Opinion

South Korea needs to watch the BOJ rather than the Fed

Policy divergence will advantage Japanese exporters

| South Korea
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As the South Korean economy has grown to become the fourth largest in Asia, its fortunes have become increasingly intertwined with those of Japan and to be less influenced by the U.S. With Tokyo and Washington embarking on opposite courses in monetary policy, Seoul should be watching the Bank of Japan more closely than the U.S. Federal Reserve.

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