Foreigners Sell Most Korean Stocks Since May On Yen, Tension : News Photo

Foreigners Sell Most Korean Stocks Since May On Yen, Tension

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The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) figure, top, and the exchange rate of the South Korean won against the U.S. dollar are displayed on a monitor at the Korea Stock Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. International investors sold the most South Korean equities in 10 months in March amid concerns the nation's exporters will lose market share to Japanese rivals and as tension with North Korea rose. Photographer: Jean Chung/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) figure, top, and the exchange rate of the South Korean won against the U.S. dollar are displayed on a monitor at the Korea Stock Exchange in Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. International investors sold the most South Korean equities in 10 months in March amid concerns the nation's exporters will lose market share to Japanese rivals and as tension with North Korea rose. Photographer: Jean Chung/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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