SEOUL, June 3 (Reuters) – The following is a summary of major South Korean newspapers on Thursday prepared by Reuters in Seoul. Reuters has not checked the stories and does not guarantee their accuracy.

The Ministry of Knowledge Economy will invest 11.3 billion won until 2013 to develop high definition depth cameras and display systems that will allow the filming of 3D content that will not require special glasses to watch, according to a ministry source.

South Korea and the United States will stage a large-scale joint naval exercise June 8-11 in the West Sea, to be followed by anti-submarine drills near the Northern Limit Line, the sea border with North Korea, according to a Defence Ministry official.

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering will inject 170 billion won in funds to its shipbuilding unit in Romania in an attempt to solve its liquidity problems, according to industry sources.

The voting rate during the 2010 mid-term elections reached its second highest in 15 years with 54.5 percent of those eligible to vote exercising their rights, according to the National Election Commission.

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PRESS DIGEST – South Korean newspapers – June 3

SEOUL, June 3 (Reuters) – The following is a summary of major South Korean newspapers on Thursday prepared by Reuters in Seoul. Reuters has not checked the stories and does not guarantee their accuracy.

The Ministry of Knowledge Economy will invest 11.3 billion won until 2013 to develop high definition depth cameras and display systems that will allow the filming of 3D content that will not require special glasses to watch, according to a ministry source.

South Korea and the United States will stage a large-scale joint naval exercise June 8-11 in the West Sea, to be followed by anti-submarine drills near the Northern Limit Line, the sea border with North Korea, according to a Defence Ministry official.

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering will inject 170 billion won in funds to its shipbuilding unit in Romania in an attempt to solve its liquidity problems, according to industry sources.

The voting rate during the 2010 mid-term elections reached its second highest in 15 years with 54.5 percent of those eligible to vote exercising their rights, according to the National Election Commission.

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