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(From The Korea Herald)
By Kim Ji-hyun Despite the upbeat government outlook for this year's exports, a slew of negative factors are expected to affect Korean shipments to its four main markets.
In a monthly export review yesterday, the Korea International Trade Association raised concerns regarding the country's exports to China, the United States, Japan and the European Union. Although directors at the association's four overseas offices predicted an overall improvement due to the recovering global economy, they said Korea's shipments abroad could be challenged by factors such as increased friction with trade partners, Korean won appreciation and flagging …