(Repeats to remove extraneous word "ago" from first paragraph) SEOUL, April 28 (Reuters) - South Korea's Shinhan Financial Group posted a record quarterly profit on Thursday, aided by a faster-than-expected recovery at its Chohung Bank unit and proceeds from sales of stakes in ailing companies. Like many South Korean banks, Shinhan is poised for a much stronger 2005, after offloading a big chunk of distressed assets in 2004. An expected recovery in domestic consumption could also drive ...
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