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The Kospi is displayed on a screen in the dealing room of Hana Bank, in Jung Distict, central Seoul, Monday. The benchmark Kospi climbed 35.48 basis points, or 1.75 percent, breaking the 2000 mark as institutional and foreign investors scooped up shares. [YONHAP]

The Kospi is displayed on a screen in the dealing room of Hana Bank, in Jung Distict, central Seoul, Monday. The benchmark Kospi climbed 35.48 basis points, or 1.75 percent, breaking the 2000 mark as institutional and foreign investors scooped up shares. [YONHAP]

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