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Bank of Korea flags Samsung export risks, says recovery still on track

South Korea's central bank conceded on Thursday that Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's smartphone crisis could potentially hamper economic growth, but largely maintained its view that the country's recovery is still on track. After the Bank of Korea kept interest rates unchanged at 1.25 percent in a unanimous vote, Governor Lee Ju-yeol said this year's growth was expected to reach 2.
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