By David Chance SEOUL, Feb 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's new president faces a hostile North Korea that seeks nuclear weapons, a moribund domestic economy and now new pressure on its exporters and growth prospects from neighbouring Japan's yen devaluation. There is little Park Geun-hye, who will become South Korea's first woman president on Monday, can do about the North but her first statement on the economy indicated she was willing to try at least to talk down ...
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