By Judy Lee SEOUL, Oct 1 (Reuters) - South Korean high-tech companies are gearing up for post-war reconstruction projects in Iraq, encouraged by signs that Seoul appears to be tilting toward a further deployment of troops to the devastated country. In the strongest sign yet that South Korea might send more troops to Iraq, Finance Minister Kim Jin-pyo said on Monday such a move would benefit South Korea's economy by reassuring investors about a solid alliance between Washington and Seoul. ...
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