(Recasts with official's comments, more details) By Kim So-young SEOUL, Jan 1 (Reuters) - South Korean December exports rose by their slowest annual pace in six months, data showed on Sunday, but a senior government official shrugged off the news and said global demand remained healthy. The 11.2 percent monthly gain was the slowest since a 9.5 percent rise in June, and the commerce ministry attributed it to sluggish auto shipments abroad because makers were busy catering for domestic ...
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