(Updates with comments from investor, analysis, background) By Kim Myong-hwan SEOUL, Sept 24 (Reuters) - South Korea's commerce minister said on Wednesday foreign direct investment would nearly double next year, driven by an economic recovery and also government efforts to entice foreign investors. The country has been losing its attractiveness as a venue for foreign investment in recent years mainly on concerns over its militant trade unions, the crisis over North Korea's nuclear ...
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