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Korea, Republik Bank credit to the private sector

(percent, Quelle: The World Bank)

Bank credit to the private sector as percent of GDP: Für diesen Indikator, The World Bank bietet Daten für Korea, Republik von 1960 bis 2015. Der durchschnittliche Wert für Korea, Republik in diesem Zeitraum lag bei 60.77 percent mit einem Minimum von 4.95 percent im 1960 und einem Maximum von 148.34 percent im 2008.

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Bank credit in Korea, Republik and other countries is defined as the credit extended by the banking institutions, including commercial banks and the monetary authorities, i.e. the central bank. The information below includes credit to the private sector only: both firms and households. It does not include lending to the government.

Credit is essential for the economy to function well. It funds new investments and allows people to purchase houses, cars, and other items. Of course, excessive lending and borrowing usually end up in financial crises but, in principle, credit availability is good for economic development.

If the banking credit to the private sector is about 70 percent of GDP and more, then the country has a relatively well developed financial system. The amount of credit can even exceed 200 percent of GDP in some very advanced economies. In some poor countries, the credit could be less than 15 percent of GDP. In these countries, firms and households essentially do not have access to credit for investment and various purchases.

Bank credit to the private sector weltweit. Erstellen und laden Sie Diagramme herunter mit dem Landesvergleicher.

Weltbank-Definition: Domestic credit to private sector by banks refers to financial resources provided to the private sector by other depository corporations (deposit taking corporations except central banks), such as through loans, purchases of nonequity securities, and trade credits and other accounts receivable, that establish a claim for repayment. For some countries these claims include credit to public enterprises.