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In a photo taken on July 2, 2015, people walk on a street in Seoul. The South Korean government on July 3 agreed to inject 20 billion USD into the flagging economy, which has been hit by the MERS virus outbreak and sluggish consumption. AFP PHOTO / Ed Jones ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images


 
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