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South Korea's E-mart plans exit from China

Supermarket giant's losses deepened as THAAD row soured relations

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South Korean customers shop at an E-Mart superstore in Seoul.   © Reuters

SEOUL -- Top South Korean supermarket chain E-mart will withdraw from China, the vice chair of the company's parent said Wednesday, due to mounting losses amid souring relations between the two nations over the deployment of an anti-missile system.

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