Personal-protection equipment and electronic devices related to working from home, such as laptops, accounted for about two-thirds of the export growth in July and August, said Rory Green, a Seoul-based economist at research company TS Lombard. His estimates are based on a product breakdown covering medical equipment, electronic devices and a subcategory of textiles that includes cloth masks. Based on those categories, between March and June, the only growth came from pandemic-related demand, he said.
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