(Adds details) SEOUL, Aug 1 (Reuters) - South Korea's exports grew 38.4 percent in the year through July, beating market expectations, government data showed on Sunday, despite concerns its exports could be hit hard by a slowing Chinese economy. Exports in July rose to a provisional $21.35 billion from $15.4 billion a year before, compared with the median forecast of $20.6 billion in a Reuters poll, the commerce ministry said. Imports rose 23.3 percent to $18.38 billion from $14.9 ...
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