* Feb exports rise far more than expected * Per-day exports up 18 pct vs Jan to hit 17-mth high * Data eases concerns about health of world trade * Interest rate view little changed: analysts (Updates with details, PMI) By Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, March 1 (Reuters) - South Korean exports per working day soared to a 17-month high in February, easing investor concerns about the impact from monetary tightening in countries like China and over the fading effects of global stimulus spending. ...
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