South Korea growth hit by weak exports

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The South Korean economy is starting to lose steam as the European debt crisis remains unresolved and export markets remain weak.

The latest figures show the country's economy grew by 0.3% between April and June, down from 0.9% growth in the previous quarter.

The government is therefore looking at ways of boosting domestic demand to compensate for weakening exports.

The BBC's Lucy Williamson reports.

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