"Any decisions for rate hikes are completely up to the central bank, but there are no countries that move to curb an increase of asset prices (stocks and real estates) through rate policy," Duck-soo said.
While leaving rates unchanged at 3.5 percent last week, Bank of Korea Governor, Park Seung, suggested that the central bank would have to raise
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