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S. Korea's export prices go down, import prices go up in July Updated: 2019-08-14 16:43:57 KST

South Korea's export prices fell last month, although import prices rose.
The Bank of Korea says export prices fell for the second consecutive month, down zero.two percent from June due to the falling prices of electronics goods exports.
The won-dollar exchange rate stood pat at around one,one-hundred-75 won against the greenback.
Import prices rose zero.six percent on-month in July mainly on higher global oil prices.
South Korea's benchmark, Dubai crude, jumped over two percent on-month to more than 63 dollars a barrel last month.
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