Cen bank of Korea, Japan, China to meet regularly

KOREA - The central bank governors of South Korea, China and Japan have agreed to hold their first regular meeting in Beijing next spring in order to enhance economic ties.

Bank of Korea Governor Park Seung told Korean reporters Sunday that the heads of the three central banks will meet regularly twice a year, in the spring and autumn, The Korea Herald reported on Monday.

The agreement was made during Park's meeting with Dai Xianglong, governor of the People's Bank of China, and Masaru Hayami

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