SEOUL — Although Koreans may be eyeing import cars more closely these days, given the recent interest global automakers have taken in the country's passenger car industry, foreign cars haven't got a chance in this market, many consumers say. While most foreign makes cost too much even to be considered, Koreans also are leery about their ability to get the cars fixed quickly. Actually, most Korean mechanics can handle the imports just as efficiently as the domestic variety, but the doubtful ...

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