UPDATE 3-S.Korea officials send mixed signals on won


(Updates with won close, economist) By Lee Shin-hyung and Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, July 23 (Reuters) - South Korea's finance minister said on Friday the government was not seeking to undervalue the won to support exports, but his remarks were swiftly played down by another official amid speculation of a possible shift in policy. The comments came as dealers suspect South Korea wants to keep the won in a narrow range against the yen . There has been a long-held perception that it wants the ...

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