(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell in a very volatile session on Monday as exporters were hit by worries that trouble in the U.S. subprime lending markets would hit U.S. consumer spending and by concerns about a stronger won currency. Selling also accelerated in afternoon trade as shares in China, South Korea's top export market, dropped on worries the Beijing government would impose policies to cool the country's surging stocks. Foreign ...
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