JEJU, South Korea, July 31 (Reuters) - South Korea is on course to achieve a $30 billion trade surplus by year's end as it is expected to have already reached its earlier forecast of $23 billion by the end of this month, Economy Minister Choi Kyung-hwan said on Saturday. "Our economy has been recovering at a faster pace than expected. It is a recovery led by exports and large business groups," he told a forum in the southern resort island of the country. In the first half, the world's ...
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