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Starting South Korea's new growth engines
South Korea's relationship with China perfectly illustrates the challenges it faces. As China's economic growth soared, so did its share of South Korea's total exports, which doubled, from 12% to 24%, in the period from 2001 to 2013. But China's economy has ...

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