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Calling for financial support

Prime Minister Chung Se-kyun, second from right, speaks during a meeting with heads of financial industry lobby groups at the Korea Federation of Banks headquarters in Seoul, Wednesday. The lobby groups agreed to help the government inject 100 trillion won ($79 billion) in rescue funding for corporate relief. From right are Financial Supervisory Service Governor Yoon Suk-heun, Chung and Financial Services Commission (FSC) Chairman Eun Sung-soo. / Courtesy of FSC
Prime Minister Chung Se-kyun, second from right, speaks during a meeting with heads of financial industry lobby groups at the Korea Federation of Banks headquarters in Seoul, Wednesday. The lobby groups agreed to help the government inject 100 trillion won ($79 billion) in rescue funding for corporate relief. From right are Financial Supervisory Service Governor Yoon Suk-heun, Chung and Financial Services Commission (FSC) Chairman Eun Sung-soo. / Courtesy of FSC
Prime Minister Chung Se-kyun, second from right, speaks during a meeting with heads of financial industry lobby groups at the Korea Federation of Banks headquarters in Seoul, Wednesday. The lobby groups agreed to help the government inject 100 trillion won ($79 billion) in rescue funding for corporate relief. From right are Financial Supervisory Service Governor Yoon Suk-heun, Chung and Financial Services Commission (FSC) Chairman Eun Sung-soo. / Courtesy of FSC
Prime Minister Chung Se-kyun, second from right, speaks during a meeting with heads of financial industry lobby groups at the Korea Federation of Banks headquarters in Seoul, Wednesday. The lobby groups agreed to help the government inject 100 trillion won ($79 billion) in rescue funding for corporate relief. From right are Financial Supervisory Service Governor Yoon Suk-heun, Chung and Financial Services Commission (FSC) Chairman Eun Sung-soo. / Courtesy of FSC
Park Jae-hyuk pjh@koreatimes.co.kr


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