Ssangyong reports its highest 1-month sales result in the Korean utility-vehicle maker’s history, with 10,763 deliveries in July, including 7,257 units shipped to export markets. “After the first half, when we reported the best performance since 2007, we went on to achieve a monthly sales record in July,” Ssangyong CEO Lee Yoo-ill says in a statement. “Given that we are resuming exports to China this month, this upward trend will likely intensify during the second half of this year.” ...
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