(Adds detail, SAIC no comment, updates shares) By Marie-France Han SEOUL, Dec 24 (Reuters) - The CEO of Ssangyong Motor warned on Wednesday its major Chinese shareholder SAIC Motor Corp may pull out of South Korea, sending Ssangyong shares down more than 12 percent, but the stock ended higher on reports the South Korean carmaker may get funding from SAIC. Shares of Ssangyong, a sport-utility vehicle (SUV) maker which ranks fifth among South Korea's automakers led by Hyundai Motor , ...
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