Why the Korean financial market is second-class

The competitiveness of the Korean global financial services market is plunging and foreign investors are turning their eyes away from the stocks of Korean financial services companies, which can be attributed to their domestic market-oriented sales practice and uncertainties arising from the government intervention. Under such circumstances, the likelihood of Korean financial stocks' value improving is very limited and, thus, the government and financial institutions should proactively change their attitudes to overcome this situation.

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