Yen easing is expected to boost Samurai bond sales in S. Korea

02/19/2013 | Korea Herald (Seoul), The

Japan's quantitative easing is expected to lead to rising sales of yen-denominated bonds in South Korea this year. "The weaker Japanese currency translates into lower debt burdens for South Korean firms that issued samurai bonds," said Park Sung-wook, a researcher at the Korea Institute of Finance.

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