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South Korea Has $11.41 Billion Unadjusted Current Account Surplus

South Korea had an unadjusted current account surplus of $11.41 billion in November, the Bank of Korea said on Tuesday.

That follows the downwardly revised $8.84 billion surplus in October (originally $9.01 billion).

The goods account surplus widened to $10.15 billion from $8.49 billion in the previous month. The services account deficit was $0.20 billion, similar to October's level, the bank noted.

Seasonally adjusted, the current account surplus was $9.73 billion, up from the downwardly revised $7.17 billion (originally $7.32 billion) in the previous month.

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