S.Korea says March exports partly hit by weaker yen


SEOUL, April 1 (Reuters) - South Korean exports last month were partly hit by the yen's sharp decline, although other factors such as labour relations and global supply issues also took their toll, a deputy trade minister said on Monday. Lee Woon-ho, deputy minister for trade, told reporters the weaker yen would continue to hurt exports of products in fierce competition with Japanese makers, such as automobiles and steel products. He said changes in the work ...


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