(Updates to close) By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Seoul shares closed 0.7 percent higher on Thursday, helped by blue chips including Korea Electric Power Corp. on bright prospects for next year and tracking firmer U.S. stocks. Korean Air Co. also advanced as South Korea's top airline gave a positive outlook for the next year's earnings. But investors were reluctant to buy shares aggressively as the day was the last day of 2006 and were still worried by a possible ...
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