Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Moon Jae In, the presidential nominee for South Korea’s Democratic United Party, talks about household debt, tax policy and the regulation of family-run conglomerates known as chaebols.
Moon spoke with Bloomberg's Matt Winkler, Chris Anstey and Sangwon Yoon at his campaign headquarters in Seoul yesterday. (These are translated excerpts of Moon's remarks in Korean. Source: Bloomberg)
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