GWACHEON, South Korea – Market turmoil sparked by the U.S. subprime mortgage rout needs to be closely watched to ensure that risks to the global economy don’t become excessive, the finance ministers of Japan and South Korea agreed Wednesday.
Kwon Okyu and Koji Omi, meeting in Gwacheon, released a statement saying they “recognized the need for continuous monitoring of the volatility in international financial markets.”
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