Seoul shares dip on LG.Philips but Hyundai Mtr up


SEOUL, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Seoul shares edged down on Thursday as flat-screen maker LG.Philips LCD dropped amid worries about the U.S. export market, though Hyundai Motor and SK Telecom rebounded on a brighter 2008 outlook. Banking shares, led by sector leader Kookmin Bank , mostly remained weak, on caution about the fallout from the U.S. subprime mortgage problems. "Now we are more vulnerable to external factors than domestic issues," said Lee Young-won, a strategist of Prudential ...

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