SEOUL, March 28 (Reuters) - Confidence among top South Korean companies toward the coming month fell to its weakest in nearly two years due to uncertainties from the effects of Japan's disasters and the unrest in the Middle East, a survey showed on Monday. The business survey index toward April on the top 600 South Korean companies fell to a seasonally adjusted 97.4, the lowest since touching 96.4 in June 2009, from a revised 112.0 toward March, the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) ...
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