SEOUL — Korea's car market may be headed for a drastic decline. Security analyst Mark Barclay, of Samsung Securities, thinks so. Barclay is surprised by preliminary November sales numbers, which should have shown big gains for both Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and its subsidiary Kia Motors Corp., resulting from Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.'s recently declared bankruptcy. The troubled automaker in recent weeks has experienced interrupted production and plummeting sales that reflect major declines in ...

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