UPDATE 1-Korea Aerospace kicks off $1 billion stake sale


* Korean Air only potential bidder for aircraft maker so far * Korean Air's debt levels raise concern about possible bid-analysts * Foreign investment hemmed by local auction rules for defence company SEOUL, July 30 (Reuters) - Major shareholders of Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) will kick off an estimated 1.2 trillion-won ($1.05 billion) stake sale on Tuesday, but success is yet assured, with just one potential bidder showing interest so far. ...

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