By Judy Lee SEOUL, July 29 (Reuters) - The phrase "victim of your own success" springs to mind. Easily concealable camera-equipped mobile phones are no longer welcome in the offices of South Korea's high-tech companies because of worries about industrial spies. Hyundai Motor , South Korea's largest automaker and one of the global top 10, is afraid its new model cars under development could be leaked to rivals. "We are setting up X-ray detectors at the gates of Namyang R&D centre ...
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