WRAPUP 2-S.Korea says World Cup dents output, current acct


(Recasts, adds stocks close) By Kim Kyoung-wha SEOUL, July 30 (Reuters) - South Korea's industrial output and current account took bigger-than-expected hits during June's co-hosting of the World Cup finals, likely giving the boot to any rate hike by the Bank of Korea, economists said on Tuesday. Football fever and auto worker strikes that hurt June output were seen as temporary factors, though economists saw risks ahead for the country from shaky global markets. "One-off factors ...

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