SEOUL, March 27 (Reuters) - South Korea unveiled on Thursday a package of measures targeting investment and aimed at propping up a sagging economy, but stressed that despite uncertainties both at home and abroad there was no crisis. The government would advance spending from the state budget and actively promote capital investment as a priority to keep the economy on track in the face of growing geopolitical risks, the finance ministry said in its first economic policy road-map prepared ...
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