Korea: $22 Billion In Debt? No Problem!

A talk with Bill Rhodes, who restructured Korea's loans

In December, South Korea was on the brink of collapse. Its fragile financial sector was hemorrhaging up to $1.7 billion a day. With billions of dollars in short-term bank loans due to mature in the first quarter of 1998, Korea was at the mercy of its global creditors.

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