(Updates with analyst comments, adds current account data) By Kim Myong-hwan SEOUL, Sept 29 (Reuters) - South Korea's industrial output rebounded more strongly than expected in August, fanned by robust exports and after its fastest fall in seven years was recorded in July, the government said on Monday. The improvement was also tied to the end of a strike at the country's top car maker Hyundai Motor Co . But slowing domestic spending and capital investment cast doubt on the prospects ...
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