By Walt Hickey The Bill Lee Kun-hee, the patriarch of the family that controls the Samsung Group of 59 companies, died last October, and his family has in the interim been trying to figure out exactly how much is owed in inheritance taxes on the largest fortune in the country, worth $21 billion. That includes a 4.18 percent stake in Samsung Electronics, 20.76 percent of Samsung Life Insurance and 2.88 percent of Samsung’s construction unit, plus a 3 trillion won art collection and a collection of property. This week, the heirs laid out a plan to pay the
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