Korea Tells Banks to Hold Liquid Dollar Assets on Outflow RisksBy
Government also eases cap on banks’ currency forward positions
Rule changes reflect increased risks of capital outflows
South Korea will require banks to hold an adequate amount of liquid foreign-currency assets as a buffer against capital outflows during external shocks.
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