South Korea monetary policy talks between government and central bank

Bank of Korea, Seoul

In the first meeting of its kind, government and central bank representatives met in South Korea on Monday to discuss macroeconomic policy.

It was decided in June that such meetings would take place and the gathering attracted intense local media attention, amid fears the central bank was losing some of its independence.

Vice-finance minister Yim Jong-yong met with Lee Ju-yeol, senior deputy governor at the Bank of Korea, in central Seoul to discuss taming inflation, among other matters. South

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