(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell by mid-morning on Wednesday, tracking a weaker Wall Street following a dip in U.S. consumer confidence data and as concerns about the impact of a stronger won hit key exporters such as Samsung Electronics. South Korea's won, which had brushed a seven-year high late last week, turned higher against the dollar after data showed exports rose at a higher-than-expected pace in November. The exports data had little impact on ...
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