By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, Dec 28 (Reuters) - South Korea's president-elect met the leaders of the country's top conglomerates on Friday, calling on them to increase spending next year and add more jobs to their payrolls. Lee Myung-bak, a conservative former Hyundai construction CEO who stormed to a landslide win in the Dec. 19 election, has asked business leaders to increase capital spending by about 20 trillion won ($21.31 billion) to 30 trillion won in 2008. "I will make companies ...
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