South Korea's Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan attends a meeting with the managing committee of public institutions at the Government Complex in Seoul July 31, 2014. Three frenetic weeks into the job,... more 
South Korea's Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan attends a meeting with the managing committee of public institutions at the Government Complex in Seoul July 31, 2014. Three frenetic weeks into the job, South Korea's new finance minister Choi Kyung-hwan has made such a splash that his name already describes Seoul's plans to rev-up faltering growth. But while "Choinomics" is proving an effective quick fix, lifting markets and giving an unpopular government a boost, it falls short thus far of a full-fledged manifesto similar to the "Abenomics" launched by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in late 2012 to shake his country from its economic torpor. Picture taken July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) less 
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