(Adds analysts comment, background) By Lee Shin-hyung and Oh Jung-hwa SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's economic growth is expected to slow slightly to about five percent in 2005, but a recovery in local consumption and investment should plug most of the gap from weaker exports, the finance minister said on Friday. Some economists dismissed the comments by Finance Minister Lee Hun-jai as wishful thinking given few signs indebted consumers are poised to open their wallets anytime ...
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