SEOUL, April 6 (Reuters) - South Korea's foreign exchange bank deposits dipped in March to their lowest in three months, central bank data showed on Monday, as some public companies withdrew dollars to pay for import contract payments.
Foreign exchange bank deposits in South Korea fell $1.0 billion to stand at $62.7 billion as of the end of March, the Bank of Korea said in a statement.
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