SEOUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - South Korean shares could open flat on Monday as exporters such as Hyundai Motor may fall after a slide in the dollar raises worries about their profits, but some recently hit stocks such as Kookmin Bank could recover. Producers of chicken food items such as Halim Co. Ltd. could fall after South Korea said on Saturday a bird flu outbreak at a poultry farm was caused by the highly virulent H5N1 strain of the virus. [ID:nSP275176] "News reports that the U.S. ...
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