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nnnnn south korea's mres outbreak is putting a dent in the economy the government is injecting thirteen billion dollars into the country's stuttering economy to boost growth as the rising death toll matters consumer confidence today it slash forecasted g. d. p. growth for the year and quarter but stressed even the lower numbers would depend on help from the new spending but consumers may be the real solutions as mark mcfarland suits the stimulus package is very rarely make any difference to to economic growth is all about of the entrepreneurial spirit of of an economy , so i confidence and if if pelle policy helps confidence get back on track everything that the , uh back to normal , fear of catching the mres viruses kept koreans at home , and he tells it stores and vacant seats in movie theaters and other public venues , the bank of korea sees recovery on the horizon and urges consumers to keep spending to support the economy