(Adds details) SEOUL, June 23 (Reuters) - South Korea's semiconductor exports are expected to grow 16.0 percent in the year through the third quarter, up from an estimated 11.9 percent rise in the second quarter, a top business lobby group said on Thursday. The Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) also forecast in a report growth in automobile exports would slow to 8.8 percent in the year through the July-September quarter from an estimated 9.4 percent gain in the second quarter. ...
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