Korean authorities crack down on equity-linked warrants

Arrested warrants

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Ever since planning started for the introduction of the Capital Markets Reform Act in 2009, South Korea has positioned itself to take advantage of the benefits that accompany the opening up of a domestic financial market. These benefits can include increased employment, foreign investment and faster GDP growth. International dealers viewed the move with anticipation.

Korea is the fourth largest economy in Asia with a large pool of savings, so the opening up of the market was viewed as an

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