(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Seoul shares ended a shade higher on Tuesday, as investors chased stocks such as Korea Electric Power Corp. ahead of a dividends deadline, but worries about the impact of a stronger won currency on exports capped gains. LG Card Co. Ltd. rose 1.38 percent to 14,700 won, after brushing 15,900 won at one point, as creditors delayed a deadline for former parent LG Group to join a bailout, kindling hopes the card issuer could avoid ...
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