South Korea could sbegin issuing bonds under its new covered bonds act as soon as the law comes into force in March 2014, said Fitch Ratings.

The ratings agency said that up to around $111 billion of covered bonds could theoretically be issued under the new act, based on the assets of the main Korean banks.  

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