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South Korea's small caps outperform larger peers

Govt policies are boosting stimulus and promoting entrepreneurship

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Small and nimble: The small-cap Kosdaq Index has advanced 15 per cent this year, outperforming the benchmark Kospi by 14 percentage points. - PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

SOUTH Korea's smaller companies are beating larger peers by the most since 2005 as President Park Geun Hye boosts stimulus and promotes entrepreneurship. The small-cap Kosdaq Index has advanced 15 per cent this year, outperforming the benchmark Kospi by 14 percentage points and beating the MSCI

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