By Kim Myong-hwan SEOUL, March 26 (Reuters) - A package of economic steps South Korea is due to unveil on Thursday to help shield the economy from external risks will focus on propping up capital investment, finance ministry officials said on Wednesday. The ministry has said economic growth of around five to six percent is possible this year if strong exports, underpinned by brisk investment, can plug a gap left by depressed domestic demand. Analysts are not so sure that will be enough. ...
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