SEOUL — Korea's first all-foreign auto show began a six-day run on May 3, held by 12 major automakers from North America, Europe and Japan. “We boycotted the Seoul motor show last year to protest discriminatory car import restrictions and unfair treatment at that show relative to size of space, positions available and discriminatory fees,” a GM official says. “This year, the Korean Automobile Importers and Distributors Assn. opted to hold its own show.” Participants hoped public interest ...

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