WASHINGTON -- A top Treasury Department official called on South Korea to introduce sweeping measures to liberalize its financial services market.

Lawrence Summers, under secretary for international affairs, outlined a six-point plan that he said would give "U.S. banks and securities firms a fair opportunity to compete" in South Korean financial markets.

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