SEOUL – South Korea’s Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy plans to help the Korean auto parts industry increase its exports to $6 billion by 2010, and assist the industry in developing 30 large-scale world-class automobile parts manufacturing companies. Vice Minister of Commerce Im Nae-Gyu released details of the program at a meeting here with senior representatives of Korea’s major auto makers and parts producers. Im says auto parts companies that merge or acquire ...

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