(Recasts with more details, ministry warning) By Lee Jin-joo SEOUL, Feb 1 (Reuters) - South Korean exports in January grew past market expectations on rebounding prices abroad for major products and despite worries about a sharper-than-expected deceleration in the U.S. economy, data showed on Thursday. Exports by Asia's third-largest economy jumped 21.4 percent in January over a year earlier, outpacing the median forecast for 20.9 percent growth in a Reuters poll and accelerating from ...
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