(Updates with analyst comments, details) By Kim Myong-hwan SEOUL, July 31 (Reuters) - South Korean consumer prices fell in July for the fourth straight month, largely due to cuts in consumption tax on automobiles and electronic appliances, the National Statistical Office (NSO) said on Thursday. Some analysts said a combination of tamed inflation and depressed consumer spending set the stage for another interest rate cut. Others said any further monetary easing could quickly revive ...
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