South Korea's government announced that it will open its accounting market to foreign companies in 2007 in order to attract more foreign investors.
As part of the process, the Ministry of Finance and Economy said that it would overhaul its financial regulations and laws in order to develop its local asset management business and begin the process of opening its stock market. The plan is in response to calls from both local and foreign experts to deregulate the financial market.
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