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Korea's central bank is worried about Samsung

South Korea's central bank is worried about Samsung. Earlier on Thursday, the Bank of Korea held its benchmark interest rate at 1.25%, as expected, and said it saw "uncertainties surrounding the growth path to be high." The bank kept this year's growth forecast unchanged at 2.7%, but revised next year's growth forecast down to 2.8% from 2.9%. Samsung Electronics recently scrapped production of the Galaxy Note 7 after a recall in the wake of several of the smartphones catching fire after charging.
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