SEOUL, June 27 (Reuters) - South Korea's industrial production growth is expected to soften in the second half of this year because of weak domestic demand and slowing export growth, a state-run bank said on Monday. A report from Korea Development Bank's (KDB) economic research institute forecast that most of the country's major export items -- steel, autos, petrochemical products and machinery -- would post a slower growth in the second half compared with the first half, weighed by policy ...
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