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September 19, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the latest transaction involving an Orange County community bank, Marine National Bank has agreed to be acquired by a major South Korean bank for $13 million in cash. Marine National's acquisition by Shinhan Bank of South Korea is the eighth involving a community bank in the county in the last year. Unlike most other recent bank sales, however, Marine National will retain its separate identity and current management. Marine National will operate as a subsidiary of the Korean bank.
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September 19, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the latest transaction involving an Orange County community bank, Marine National Bank has agreed to be acquired by a major South Korean bank for $13 million in cash. Marine National's acquisition by Shinhan Bank of South Korea is the eighth involving a community bank in the county in the last year. Unlike most other recent bank sales, however, Marine National will retain its separate identity and current management. Marine National will operate as a subsidiary of the Korean bank.
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April 5, 1994 | Debora Vrana, Times correspondent
RGC, the Newport Beach home builder, said Monday it has teamed up with one of South Korea's largest home-building firms to build a community of single-family homes in Rancho Santa Margarita. Dubbed the "East Meets West" alliance, the international partnership is with K. Young Homes Inc. of Los Angeles, a subsidiary of Kunyoung, one of Korea's largest publicly traded construction firms. "One of the primary reasons for this alliance is capital; it's a substantial sum they're putting in," said E.
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April 5, 1994 | Debora Vrana, Times correspondent
RGC, the Newport Beach home builder, said Monday it has teamed up with one of South Korea's largest home-building firms to build a community of single-family homes in Rancho Santa Margarita. Dubbed the "East Meets West" alliance, the international partnership is with K. Young Homes Inc. of Los Angeles, a subsidiary of Kunyoung, one of Korea's largest publicly traded construction firms. "One of the primary reasons for this alliance is capital; it's a substantial sum they're putting in," said E.
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