Encouraged by the beginnings of an import car market, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. plans to hasten its entry into South Korea. The auto maker may begin selling cars in South Korea as early as the first half of next year. Honda reportedly is in negotiations with four domestic dealers and is carrying out in-depth market research. With domestic makers dominating the auto industry, Honda will be up against some stiff competition. Global competitor Toyota Motor Corp. also exports cars to Korea. ...

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