SOUTH KOREA: Import sales dip sharply
Sales of imported cars in South Korea fell sharply in October, hit by tightening auto finance credit amid persistently weak private consumption, according to the Automobile Importers and Distributors Association. The decline comes as European automakers protest a prospective EU-South Korea free trade deal, complaining of unfair access to South Korea's market.
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