Bank of Korea, FSS to Inspect Bank Loan Books

Korea’s central bank and financial regulator will inspect the loan books of several top lenders amid increasing concern about the country’s burgeoning household debt, local media reported. The outstanding household loans of the country’s five largest commercial banks hit KRW502.79 trillion (USD447.94 billion) at the end of May, with a further “significant” increase predicted for […]

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