SEOUL Feb 15 South Korea's central bank said on
Wednesday it plans to keep its monetary policy accommodative as
economic growth continues at a gradual pace and demand-side
inflation is not expected to pick up aggressively.
The Bank of Korea said in a report to parliament that it
plans to closely observe uncertainties inside and outside the
country, the normalisation of interest rates in the United
States, and the pace at which household debt in South Korea
South Korea's policy rate currently stands at 1.25 percent.
The Bank of Korea is scheduled to review monetary policy on Feb.
(Reporting by Christine Kim; Editing by Eric Meijer)