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S. Korean investors take dim view on G20 summit outcome

11-12-2010 13:45 BJT Special Report:5th G20 Summit in Seoul |

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The South Korean government and its people have welcomed the G20 summit, but the financial markets over there had a different response.

At the summit's opening, the Korean stock market and the foreign exchange market fell. Investors and bankers have taken a dim view on the summit's outcome. The Korean won has appreciated almost 10 percent against the dollar over the past year.

Last year, South Korea's trade surplus hit a record high of 41 billion U.S. dollars. These issues will affect the nation's stance at the summit.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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