(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, June 1 (Reuters) - Seoul stocks were flat on Thursday after the market erased early sharp losses as exporters such as Samsung Electronics rebounded on the back of data showing a big jump in exports in May. The market, closed on Wednesday for local elections, was spared the worst of Tuesday's sell-off in U.S. stocks that spread to other Asian markets. "The strong export data was a bit of a surprise, but it shows that the global economy is still strong, ...
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