SEOUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) - A government agency forecast on Thursday South Korean exports would grow 12 percent in 2006, a similar pace as this year's, led by continued brisk shipments to China, India and Russia. The Korea Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) said in a report that next year's exports would amount to $318 billion, with chips, flat screens, automobiles and parts, and steel products enjoying stronger demand. The government has said this year's exports would top $285 ...
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