Top central bankers agree to hold regular talks

SOUTH KOREA - The central bank governors of South Korea, China and Japan have agreed to have regular talks at all future international gatherings, said Bank of Korea (BOK) Governor Park Seung on Monday.

The three-way agreement came at the seventh Executives Meeting of East Asia and Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP), held in Kuala Lumpur from 27-28 July.

At a meeting with reporters yesterday, Park, who returned home on Sunday, said that he, Bank of Japan Governor Masaru Hayami, and People's Bank of

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