Korea's export prices in December rose to their highest level in two years on the back of the weaker local currency and robust overseas demand for electronics products.
Data from the Bank of Korea shows the export-import price index in December was 86.one -- the highest level since December of 2014, when it was 86.three.
The price jump was mainly due to an increase in the price of industrial products, including electronics, coal and oil products, which rose nearly three percent from the previous month, while the price of agriculture and fisheries products remained the same.
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