SEOUL — Signs of economic recovery are getting stronger in Asia, including in South Korea and Malaysia. However, sales in Japan still are faltering. South Korea's leading automakers report healthy domestic sales in September. Though especially strong when compared to meager year-ago levels, the sales recovery most likely will continue, industry analysts say. They attribute the overgrowth to a recovering economy, bolstered by a rise in employment. Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. reports sales of ...

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