SEOUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - South Korea will suffer slower growth in exports of cars and some other core products in 2008 due to a slow U.S. economy and firmer oil prices, according to private industry groups, the Commerce Ministry said on Tuesday. Automobiles, machinery, ships, steel products and flat-screen panels will likely post slower growth in sales abroad in 2008, while chips and oil products may see export growth rebounding after a slump this year, industry associations forecast. ...
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