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21 July 2011 By Wayne Arnold

South Korea s banks took on $13.8 billion in shortterm loans from abroad in the first quarter of 2011. Most of it probably came from Europe. The Asian nation is robust, but it s right to worry that a new loss of confidence will see foreign lenders start sucking their money back.

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