(Recasts, combines separate story on business leaders, adds fund manager comments, updates share prices) By Yoo Choonsik and Jean Yoon SEOUL, June 23 (Reuters) - South Korean business leaders, taking a swipe at a decision under union pressure to delay the integration of two banks, called on Monday for the government to show more resolve in dealing with labour. Shares in Shinhan Financial Group fell 7.6 percent as investors worried the bank would reap no benefits for at least three ...
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