A plan to introduce the Chevrolet brand to South Korea is under study at General Motors Corp., which believes the resulting 4-brand thrust in the market could give it a better chance of competing against Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and Kia Motors Corp. Together, Hyundai and Kia control nearly 75% of South Korea’s new-vehicle sales. Jim Raymond, executive director-sales, marketing and service for GM Asia Pacific, recently told reporters in Seoul that introducing the Chevrolet brand in Korea ...

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