SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) - South Korea expects industrial output to increase in the second half led by the technology sector but sluggish domestic consumption may weaken growth in the auto and steel industries, a government survey showed on Sunday. "Chips, home appliances and mobile products will lead overall output growth in the second half, boosted by replacement demand and the global economy recovering from the impact of the SARS virus," the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy ...
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