Kia Motors Corp. reaches the 1 million-unit mark in vehicle exports to Latin America from its plants in South Korea 33 years after trading between the two regions began. The auto maker reaches the milestone, which does not include exports by its overseas factories, with its latest shipment of ethanol-gasoline-powered Soul Flex cross/utility vehicles to Brazil. The achievement is a long way from 1977, when Kia shipped 353 Brisa sedans to Costa Rica. That first year saw 1,050 exports to ...

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