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Current Economic Situation By KDI, January 2010

Current Economic Situation By KDI, January 2010

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Current Economic Situation By Korea Development Institute, January 2010

Recent Korean economy appears to continue its improvement trend with continued growth in exports and recovery in investment. Production growth in the mining & manufacturing appears to maintain its overall recovery trend, whereas the growth pace of service industry production appears to slow slightly.
Current Economic Situation By Korea Development Institute, January 2010

Recent Korean economy appears to continue its improvement trend with continued growth in exports and recovery in investment. Production growth in the mining & manufacturing appears to maintain its overall recovery trend, whereas the growth pace of service industry production appears to slow slightly.

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Summary and Assessment
* All growth figures are on a year-on-year basis unless otherwise noted.
Recent Korean economy appears to continue its improvement trendwith continued growth in exports and recovery in investment.
Production growth in the mining & manufacturing appears tomaintain its overall recovery trend, whereas the growth pace ofservice industry production appears to slow slightly.
The growth rate of the mining & manufacturing production index inNovember recorded 17.8%, a high rise from the previous month, due totechnical factors of low growth rate of the same month of the previousyear. [Table 2-1]
By sector, the petroleum and vehicle sectors recorded a sharp rise, led bythe semiconductor and components.
The seasonally adjusted month-on-month growth rate registered a
1.4%growth, as the growth rate of IT sectors
turned to rise for the first timein five months and that of vehicles improved as well.
By size of corporations, it turns out that large companies with a high
export ratio recorded larger production than before the financial crisis,while medium- and small-sized companies have improved moderately.
Industrial Production by Firm Size
80901001101201301401503691236912369123692006200720082009
Large Enterprise Small & Medium Enterprise(2005=100)
2007 .한글컴퓨오피정품을 구매하면 보다 향상된 능을 지원 받을 있습니다2007 .(www.haansoft.com)
 
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The service industry activity index registered 3.3%, up from the previousmonth (1.3%), owing to base effect, but its seasonally adjustedmonth-on-month growth rate registered a fall for two consecutive months.[Table 2-4]
The seasonally adjusted month-on-month growth rate registered a -1.2%growth, continuing the pace of the previous month (-1.5%), mainly due tosluggish performance in wholesales & retail sales, transportation, andhotels & restaurants.
Industrial and Service Production
-30-20-100102036912369123691236920062006200720082009
Industrial Production Index Service Production Index( Year-on-Year % Change)
The average capacity utilization rate in the manufacturing industryrecorded 77.3%, the same as the previous month.
Manufacturing Average Operation Ratio
607080903691236912369123692006 2007 2008 2009
(%)
2007 .한글컴퓨오피정품을 구매하면 보다 향상된 능을 지원 받을 있습니다2007 .(www.haansoft.com)
 
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Production-inventory cycle indicated towards a faster recovery phase insemiconductor and IT industries while overall recovery trend is beingmaintained with continued upward trend in production. [Table 2-3]
Recent Production Inventory Cycle
Whole Industry
-20-15-10-5051015-18 -12 -6 0 6 12 1807.IV07.III08.I08.II08.III08.IV09.I09.II
Inventory Growth (%)
    P  r  o   d  u  c   t   i  o  n   G  r  o  w   t   h   (   %   )
09.III09.IV
Semiconductor IT
-30-20-10010203040-40 -20 0 20 40 60 8007.III07.IV08.I08.II08.III08.IV09.I09.II
    P  r  o   d  u  c   t   i  o  n   G  r  o  w   t   h   (   %   )
09.III
Inventory Growth (%)
09.IV
Note. Figures for the fourth quarter of 2009 is from October to November.
The composite index in November showed that the leading indexcontinued to improve while coincident indexes remained at a similarlevel as the previous month. [Table 2-1]
Coincident and Leading Indexes of Business Cycle
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Cyclical Component of Coincident Composite Index(left)12-month Smoothed Change in Leading Composite Index(right)(%)(Base=100)
2007 .한글컴퓨오피정품을 구매하면 보다 향상된 능을 지원 받을 있습니다2007 .(www.haansoft.com)

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