South Korea's economy is slowing. Its leader still wants to spend millions on Pyongyang

South Korea is paying for initiatives that are seen as long-term investments to peace with Pyongyang, but they threaten to inflate Seoul's debt load and may become a burden if inter-Korean relations hit a road-bump.
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