Taewoong Co., a maker of parts for wind-power plants, rose as much as 15 percent in Seoul trading after South Korea’s energy ministry said the nation’s companies plan to spend 10.2 trillion won to build a wind farm off the southwest coast by 2019. Taewoong traded at 36,650 won as of 9:01 a.m. on the Korea Exchange. The benchmark Kospi Index rose 1.4 percent.
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