SEOUL — Officials of this year's Seoul Motor Show, which kicks off its eight-day run this month, are worried that the show may be hindered by a boycott of foreign automakers that contend the Korean Automobile Manufacturers Assn. (KAMA) demanded higher participation fees than those imposed on their domestic counterparts. A KAMA spokesperson says he hopes the foreign carmakers will return to the next show to take place in two years, and assumes the boycott decision is largely related to the ...
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