The Korea Automobile Manufacturers Assn. reportedly is asking the South Korean government to extend the deadline for tax breaks for local auto makers. Tax breaks for domestic vehicles are set to expire next month. The elimination of sales tax on vehicles last year helped spur auto sales and economic growth, but now auto makers fear inflation will slow the South Korean economy. If the tax breaks are eliminated, Korean consumers will pay 3%-5% more for vehicles.
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