SEOUL, Nov 30 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are set to gain on Thursday as exporters such as LG Electronics could advance on data showing the U.S. economy grew faster than first thought, easing worries about demand from a vital export market. The benchmark KOSPI could track new six-months highs, although advances may be limited as oil prices rose to their highest in almost two months, threatening profits at firms dependent on fuel such as power provider Korea Electric Power Corp. ...
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