(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, March 22 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell 1.7 percent on Wednesday, as chip makers such as Samsung Electronics dropped amid worries about slowing demand for computers after software giant Microsoft delayed the launch of its new operating system. Other exporters such as Hyundai Motor were hit by worries that U.S. interest rates would rise more than expected, casting doubt over the pace of shipments to a key overseas market. The benchmark Korea Composite ...
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