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South Korea / Economic Trouble #170540

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 27, 1997
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) The consideration by the International Monetary fund of a 60 billion dollar bailout of the troubled South Korea economy reported.

(Seoul: Mark Litke) The beginning of the presidential election campaign in South Korea featured; scenes shown while the nation's economic problems are outlined. [Economist Richard SAMUELSON - cites the downward spiral.] [Seoul National University professor KYONGSOO Lho - says government polices were irresponsible.] The implications for South Korea's trading partners, like the US, outlined.

Reporter(s):
Litke, Mark;
Sawyer, Forrest
Duration:
00:02:20

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