(Adds economist comments, recasts) By Judy Lee SEOUL, Sept 30 (Reuters) - South Korean price data on Monday showed inflation was still under control but left analysts concerned that it would soon accelerate. Economists were not so concerned by the rapid 0.6 percent monthly jump in prices in September, which they attributed to bad weather, but rather the building pressure from housing and oil costs, which they said could forced the central bank to pre-emptively raise interest rates in ...
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