SEOUL – Organizers of the Seoul Motor Show have set an ambitious goal of making the event on par with other international auto shows within the next few years. Moon Hoh, president of the show’s organizing committee and chairman of the Korea Auto Manufacturers Assn., says the event, which runs through April 15, soon could rank among what he calls the top five auto shows in the world after Frankfurt, Paris, Detroit and Tokyo. Although the goal may seem lofty, Moon says he is encouraged ...
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