NEW DELHI – The extent of the initial impact remains unclear, but it is likely early beneficiaries of the freshly inked Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between the South Korean and Indian governments will be South Korean auto makers with plants in India. Thanks to some handy duty cuts, auto makers will be able to import key parts from Korea at lower cost, industry insiders say. Officials from the Korea Automobile Manufacturers Assn. tell Ward’s that over the next eight ...

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