SEOUL, Dec 16 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are set to open lower on Friday, as Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and other exporters are expected to fall on concerns a stronger won currency would dent their competitiveness in overseas markets. KTF Co. Ltd. could also dip after South Korea's second-biggest mobile carrier said it would issue new shares in order to sell a 10 percent stake to Japan's NTT DoCoMo Inc. . See [ID:nT303087] for full story. "Seoul shares are set to experience a ...
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