On Monday, South Korean lender
The bank plans establishment of the subsidiary in August and expand its business operations to retail banking. Since 2008, the bank has operated an office in the Russian capital, but its business had largely been focused on South Korean companies and clients.
By 2025, KEB plans to boost the portion of its overseas revenue to 40 percent of its total.
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