SEOUL — General Motors Corp. prepares to up the stakes in the already highly competitive South Korean auto market. The world's No.1 automaker will begin direct sales in the country starting this month with the launch of its Cadillac Seville, a GM Korea spokesman says in a published report. The decision follows the automaker's termination of a sales agent contract with Inchcape Korea, the British multinational motor sales agency. GM reportedly will provide after-sale service at 10 service ...

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