Small companies and cooperatives will be the main beneficiaries.

South Korea’s government has this week announced plans to raise 300bn won ($276m) over the next five years to finance social impact investments. The money will be used to fund small companies and cooperatives which are seen as having a social benefit. The first $90m will be raised by the end of 2018, and the…

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