Soyoung Ho
January 2009
Forbes Asia;1/12/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p72
The article reports on the court justification of Lone Star on legal arguments concerning its effort to sell Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) in South Korea. The U.S. private equity firm is noted having been struck with two legal cases by left-wing activist groups beginning with the accusation of KEB's former executives to have overstated the bank troubles and the charge on stock price manipulation of the credit card unit of the bank.


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