According to the OECD, the real GDP growth in South Korea reached the peak of 6.5% in 2010 following the all-time low of 0.7% in 2009. International agencies including WB, IMF, UN, EN and OECD argue that the GDP growth remain stable of about 2.7% - 3.1% last few years.

WB predicts it to stay at the same level, IMF and UN expect the rise after the fall in 2019. EC predicts continues decline of the real GDP growth in South Korea.


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