SEOUL, Oct 31- South Korea will launch direct trading between the yuan and the won in December and adopt a series of measures to make the country an international hub for growing yuan businesses, the government said on Friday. South Korea will be the third country outside China to host direct trading of the yuan against its own currency after Russia and Japan, with...» Read More
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