(Adds comment from industry bodies, economist, share prices) By Sahar Ahmed and Saeed Azhar KARACHI, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Pakistani shares slumped on Monday and the currency hit a six-year low, the first market reaction to the killing of former premier Benazir Bhutto whose death has plunged the country into a violent political crisis. The Karachi stock market fell 4.8 percent, its steepest dive in 18 months, after last week's assassination unleashed a wave of violent unrest. The threat ...
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