Renault Samsung next year will begin selling in Korea a new cross/utility vehicle based on the Captur concept CUV that debuted in February at the Geneva auto show and had its Asian unveiling in May at the Busan auto show. Renault Chief Operating Officer Carlos Tavares makes the announcement after denying Korean news reports saying the French parent is looking for a buyer for RSM because the subsidiary’s sales performance has nosedived and seems to be getting worse. Tavares says ...

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