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Seoul prepared to stabilise markets after shelling
November 24, 2010
North Korea's attacks on a South Korean island led investors to flee the latter's financial markets yesterday, but the Ministry of Finance has said it will take measures if necessary to calm nerves.
South Korea has made noises to re-assure the financial markets that its economy can absorb the shocks of yesterday’s (November 23) exchange of fire with North Korea and would make moves to stabilise markets if further military action from North...
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