UPDATE 1-Big S.Korean firms turn more pessimistic -FKI

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(Adds milestone in lead, metal workers' work stoppage plan) SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) - Business sentiment at big South Korean companies has hit its lowest in more than three years due to worries about soaring oil and raw material prices and sluggish domestic consumption, a private survey showed on Sunday. Concern about street protests triggered by a deal to reopen the country to beef imports from the United States and the prospect of labour union strikes over pay added to the pessimistic ...

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