* Fund managers brush off Korea concerns * Watching closely for escalation By Chris Vellacott LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) - North Korea's shelling of an island belonging to its southern neighbour on Tuesday has not rattled foreign investors who are sticking to their investments in South Korea for now, fund managers said. Many mutual funds hold shares in South Korean blue chip companies such as Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor, and the latest escalation of tensions prompted fears ...
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