By Park Jung-youn SEOUL, March 25 (Reuters) - Seoul stocks closed up 1.19 percent on Tuesday as improving earnings outlooks for exporters such as Samsung Electronics boosted foreign investors' appetite for beaten-down stocks. Samsung Electronics , the world's top maker of memory chips and flat screen TVs, advanced 1.84 percent to 610,000 won after Citi raised its earnings forecast and target price on the company, citing favourable currency developments and solid results in flat screens ...
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