Trade deal doesn’t affect Europe-built Hyundai models such as i30.
Korea’s two leading auto makers take issue with a French government official’s allegation that Korean-made vehicles are unfairly competing in his country. In calling for restoration of the full 10% import duty that was in effect prior to the Korea-European Union Free Trade Agreement, Armand Montebourg, France’s minister for industrial renewal, accuses the Korean car companies of unfair competition. He contends the Koreans are increasing marketing efforts and ...
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