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South Korea revised Q2 growth +0.8 pct on-quarter, better than estimated

Workers work on an engine assembly line for a Hyundai trucks and bus at the JeonJu plant on October 17, 2007 in JeonJu, South Korea.
Chung Sung-Jun | Getty Images

South Korea's economy grew a seasonally adjusted 0.8 percent in the second quarter over the previous three months, revised central bank data showed on Friday, slightly higher than an earlier estimate of 0.7 percent growth.

In annual terms, Asia's fourth-largest economy expanded by 3.3 percent in the June quarter, compared with 3.2 percent growth estimated earlier.

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