SOUTH KOREA: GM and Renault threaten to quit KAMA over diesel dispute
The Korea Herald reports that Renault, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology and Samsung are considering quitting the Korean auto industry body KAMA over its policy line on diesel cars which has led to the government approving diesel-engined cars for sale in South Korea.
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