SEOUL, Oct 29 (Reuters) - South Korea's current account surplus jumped to $2.35 billion in September, driven by brisk exports, hitting its highest level for more than four years, the central bank said on Wednesday. The Bank of Korea said in a statement that September's current account surplus climbed for a fifth consecutive month on the back of a healthier trade surplus, helped by robust exports of automobiles, semiconductors and chemical products. The monthly figure, the highest since ...
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