Credit policies and the industrialization of Korea, Parts by Yoon-Je Cho, Joon-Kyung Kim
By Yoon-Je Cho, Joon-Kyung Kim
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The extensive government interventions in finance, especially the low interest rate ceilings, slowed the growth of the financial sector. Korea was able to overcome this negative impact of government intervention through heavy foreign borrowing. Furthermore, the continuation of strong government intervention in credit allocation when the industrial sector was well established and economic organizations became sophisticated put itself at a greater risk of distortive allocation. The co-insurance practices between the government, industry and banks, fostered moral hazard of banks and firms.