UPDATE 2-S.Korea to indict Samsung exec over vote funding


(Adds analyst, details, Samsung response) By Jack Kim and Jean Yoon SEOUL, May 21 (Reuters) - Prosecutors ended a seven-month probe on Friday into illegal election funding by some of South Korea's top family-run conglomerates, saying they would indict a vice-chairman at Samsung Electronics Co Ltd . The prosecutors investigated several of the groups known as "chaebol", including global brands such as Samsung Electronics -- the most valuable technology company outside the United States ...

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