SEOUL, June 26 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell for a third consecutive session on Tuesday with exporters such as Hyundai Motor hit by worries that China will tighten monetary policy and by growing concern about the U.S. subprime mortgage sector. Travel-related firms such as Korean Air Co. retreated after an aircraft carrying 13 South Korean passengers crashed in Cambodia on Monday, raising worries that demand for travel in the summer season would be affected. [ID:nBKK215197] The benchmark ...
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