A total of 10 banks pledged to make efforts Friday to secure foreign currency liquidity in South Korea, banking sources said.

They had been asked by South Korea’s central bank to extend the repayment periods of their loans to South Korean financial institutions, the sources said. Some banks had remained reluctant to do so, pointing out their own domestic problems.

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