SEOUL — A total boycott by foreign carmakers due to the small exhibition space offered them, at what they deemed too exorbitant a price, leaves the Seoul Motor Show '99 with just three major auto manufacturer exhibits. Such a small showing of cars is almost unheard off in today's world of global automakers. But the market in Korea is anything but normal. In reality, there are just two Korean auto manufacturers, thanks to auto industry consolidations that have occurred in the last year. ...

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