SEOUL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - A South Korean parliamentary committee plans to call on the owner of Samsung, the country's top business group, to testify about problems at its former automobile unit, a parliamentary official said on Tuesday. The official at the parliament's finance and economy committee said by telephone it would ask Samsung's [SAGR.UL] Chairman Lee Kun-hee to appear before it on Oct. 5. "We hope he will show up at the National Assembly in relation to issues involving the ...
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