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BOKBank of Oklahoma
BOKBunch of Kisses
BOKBody Of Knowledge
BOKBank of Korea
BOKBack of Kerb (Australia)
BOKBook Of Knowledge
BOKBlessing of Kings (gaming, World of Warcraft)
BOKBank of Khyber (Pakistan)
BOKBase Of Knowledge
BOKBetrayers of Kamigawa (Magic the Gathering set)
BOKBackwoods Orienteering Klub (North Carolina)
BOKBristol Orienteering Klub (UK)
BOKBox of Kundun (gaming)
BOKBlow Out Kit (major trauma aid)
BOKBinary Orthogonal Keying (UWB modulation)
BOKBonded on Kinship (Philippine rock band)
BOKBulgarski Olimpiiski Komitet (Bulgarian Olympic Committee)
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The logo of the Bank of Korea is seen on the top of its building in Seoul, South Korea, March 8, 2016.
Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) is set to launch its corporate body - IBK Indonesia - in September, The Korea Times has reported online citing a statement from the bank.
"As there are signs of weakening global growth, it is true that there are concerns expansion in the domestic economy is slowing," Bank of Korea governor Lee Ju-yeol told reporters.
The Bank of Korea has said the Chinese economic retaliation will likely reduce South Korea's economic growth rate by 0.4 percentage point this year.
Likewise, the Bank of Korea can provide Korean Won to the Bank of Canada, as well as provide liquidity in Canadian dollars to financial institutions in Korea.
"The key reason for the GDP contraction looks to be trade as global commodity prices fell while China demand also declined," said a Bank of Korea official, who declined to be named as he was unauthorized to speak to media.
HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Saud Al Thani told Qatar News Agency (QNA) that during his meeting with the Bank of Korea Governor, they discussed the prospects of cooperation between QCB and its Korean counterpart and ways of enhancing them, adding that he was briefed on investment opportunities in financial instruments available to the Bank of Korea.
The Central Bank of the UAE and the Bank of Korea signed a Memorandum of Understanding on June 3, 2013, in Seoul, aimed at co-operation, exchange of information and expertise/training.
The Bank of Korea is scheduled to release its forecast on the economy on Friday.
Summary: The Export-Import Bank of Korea was established in 1976.
The Bank of Korea has left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at three percent.
Credit Suisse is following the steps of several other foreign financial institutions, including the Export-Import Bank of Korea, which just floated financial bonds in Taiwan, Nomura Asia Holding, which secured US$150 million (NT$4.8 billion) of syndicated loan organized by Taiwan Cooperative Bank earlier this year, and the Standard Bank of South Africa which raised fund in Taiwan last year.