[천지일보=김누리 기자] Koh Seung-beom, chairman of the Financial Services Commission, announced that the household debt supplement plan to be announced next week contains content such as advancing the implementation period of the total debt-to-income ratio (DSR).
In a comprehensive state inspection of the Financial Services Commission and Financial Supervisory Service held at the National Assembly Political Affairs Committee on the 21st, Chairman Ko made this statement after Rep. Hong Seong-guk of the Democratic Party of Korea ordered a measure against the asset bubble.
He said, “The measures to be announced next week include the issue of delaying the implementation of DSR, management of household debt in the second financial sector, and strengthening of household debt quality management. We plan to announce a protection plan,” he said.
He also said, “It is said that the rate of increase in household debt is second only to Hong Kong, but in fact, we are number one. he explained.
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