SEOUL, May 23 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are seen opening higher on Monday, led by gains in tech issues such as Samsung Electronics tracking firmer U.S. peers, while reports North Korea may return to stalled talks on its nuclear ambitions may also lift sentiment. "Investors have recently been strong buyers of technology shares, especially chip makers, and they could resume that trend even more strongly today after taking a break on Friday," said Kim Joong-hyun, an analyst at Goodmorning ...
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