(Recasts with more details, economist quotes) By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, March 1 (Reuters) - South Korean exports in February rose less than expected, data showed on Thursday, but economists remained optimistic that a resilient global economy would help keep Asia's third-largest economy on a growth track. Government officials and economists blamed the softer figures on fewer working days this year due to the Lunar New Year, and said the country should be able to achieve the 10.4 percent ...
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