Domestic sales of imported vehicles are expected to soar to a record 15,000 units this year, which would represent an 83.3% surge from 2001, says the Korea Automobile Manufacturers Assn. KAMA further forecasts annual import sales to snowball to 22,000 units in 2003 and 37,000 units in 2005. Aggressive marketing and diversified sales strategies on behalf of the importers are fueling the rise. Buoyed by recovery in domestic consumption, excise tax cuts and expansion of dealer networks, ...

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