Interested in Debt? Best Korean Buys Are From the 100 Trillion ClubRegina Tan
In South Korea, the coveted 100 Trillion Club refers to companies with more than that in won of annual revenue and denotes stability. Brokers in the nation are now applying the moniker to high-yielding structured notes tied to stocks of companies including Apple Inc. and Facebook Inc.
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