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South Korean banking overhaul met with scepticism

By Natasha Teja
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Ambitious plans to tackle South Korean banks’ vulnerability to credit risk are unlikely to work, and may even trigger a rise in risky lending, experts say. 

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission announced plans in July to boost competition in financial services. Regional banks can expand nationwide for the ...

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