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Borrowed time

3 December 2019 By Robyn Mak

Peer-to-peer lending is flourishing in South Korea, despite trouble elsewhere. That’s thanks to government support and dysfunctional banks. But with the economy slowing and households already carrying $1.3 trln of debt, there is credit pain ahead. Web upstarts will feel it first.

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