BOK agrees to train Asian bankers

The Bank of Korea (BOK) will offer a training course on operations and the role of the "central bank" to nine employees from central banks in six Asian nations.

The countries are Mongolia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Brunei, Republic of Kazakhstan and Papua New Guinea. The training, such as monetary policies and banking supervision, was due to continue from Monday to Friday 11 June.

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