Seoul shares end higher on chipmakers,shipbuilders


(Adds prices, analyst comments) By Song Jung-a SEOUL, Nov 21 (Reuters) - South Korean shares closed higher on Thursday as electronics and transportation shares drew heavy demand from local and foreign investors, encouraged by sharp gains in U.S. stocks. LG Electronics , South Korea's biggest home appliance maker, firmed 3.1 percent to 45,200 won on rising mobile handset sales. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd , the world's largest memory chipmaker, firmed 2.5 percent to 369,000 won, buoyed ...

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