(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Seoul shares rose 0.5 percent on Monday after earlier hitting their highest in two weeks, led by exporters after tame U.S. inflation data eased worries about the U.S. economy, while Pantech units advanced after creditors approved a debt workout. Financial stocks such as Kookmin Bank extended recent gains amid easing worries about the domestic economy in 2007. "The U.S. economy is better than expected and it looks like it won't be bad ...
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