UPDATE 2-S.Korea's PM says to end funding probe soon-media

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(Adds investigation over Korean Air para 11-12) SEOUL, Nov 20 (Reuters) - South Korean Prime Minister Goh Kun said on Thursday the government would try to wrap up an investigation into a political funding scandal soon to minimise the impact on the economy, YTN television reported. Prosecutors have launched a wide-ranging probe into links between South Korea's top family-run conglomerates, or chaebol, and the country's politicians and bureaucrats. Investigations at firms affiliated with ...

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