High Korean household debt sparks woes: StanChart

The growth of South Korea’s household debt is expected to increase in 2012 as slowing growth and high inflation dent income growth, especially for self-employed individuals, says Standard Chartered Bank.

  • 15 Dec 2011

The British bank foresees a sustained growth in household credit to support domestic demand and boost growth, suggesting that the household debt-to-income ratio will rise further in 2012.

“Most financial institutions have healthy balance sheets and will accommodate increasing demand for household credit to sustain consumption,” said Suktae Oh, ...

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