ING says still seeks buyer for S. Korean life insurer
AMSTERDAM Dec 18 (Reuters) - Dutch bank and insurance group ING said on Tuesday it is still trying to find a buyer for its South Korean life insurance operations, as part of the wider sale of its Asian insurance and investment management operations.
ING has to split its insurance and bank operations in return for European Commission approval of Dutch state aid received in 2008 and 2009. (Reporting by Gilbert Kreijger; editing by Sara Webb)
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