S. Korea Suspends Four Savings Banks Over Financial WeaknessSeonjin Cha and Rose Kim
South Korea’s Financial Services Commission said it ordered four mutual savings banks to halt operations for six months because they failed to meet the regulator’s financial strength criteria.
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