SEOUL, July 28 (Reuters) - The outlook for South Korea's automaking and other key industries was bright despite concerns about the impact from China's slowing economy, the commerce ministry said on Wednesday based on the results of a survey. The ministry said in a statement domestic auto sales in the second half were expected to rise 11.7 percent over a year earlier, but sales in the local market for the whole year would still be 9.0 percent less than 2003. Semiconductor exports were ...
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