(Updates to close) By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - South Korean shares rose 1.2 percent on Wednesday as Samsung Electronics and other exporters advanced on optimism about the global economy after an unexpected jump in U.S. consumer sentiment. But mobile operators such as SK Telecom Co. fell, capping gains in the broader market, after South Korea's ruling party said it is seeking to slash wireless data service charges. Some investors were also wary of the impact on ...
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