BOK targeting 2.5-3.5 percent inflation

The Bank of Korea aims to keep annual inflation between 2.5 percent and 3.5 percent for three years beginning this year, it said Monday 8 January.

"The central bank will manage call rates flexibly to stabilize consumer prices while helping ensure economic growth," the bank said in a report about the direction of monetary policy in 2007.

It said that prices will remain stable throughout the year and the economy will probably achieve its potential growth rate.

"Still, the central bank should pay

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