SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s finance minister said on Wednesday the ministry will submit a supplementary budget of smaller than 9 trillion won ($7.9 billion) in size to the parliament by the end of April.
“The size of the extra budget hasn’t been confirmed yet, but I think it would be smaller than the size that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) suggested,” Hong Nam-ki told reporters after a policy meeting in Seoul.
Last month, IMF said that South Korea should draw up an extra fiscal budget around 9 trillion won to support an economy facing risks from sluggish investment and slowing global trade
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