Korea's fin min criticised for meddling in BOK

South Korea could face another financial crisis if the Finance Ministry continues to intervene in the country's interest rate policy and management of foreign reserves, a member of the central bank's policy committee warned on Friday 10 December.

"The ministry is creating an environment that could lead to another financial crisis by meddling in the country's interest rate policy," Kim tae-dong said in a radio talk show.

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