By Kim Kyoung-wha SEOUL, July 30 (Reuters) - South Korea's industrial output dipped for the first time in four months in June and the current account surplus also fell, data showed on Tuesday, compounding economic fears stemming from turmoil on global financial markets. Economists said risk factors, which could lead to a deceleration in growth, lay head for the economy and would stay the hand of the Bank of Korea in terms of interest rate hikes. Output in June fell a ...
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