KARACHI, Pakistan — Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., Korea's No.1 automaker, and its subsidiary Kia Motors Corp., soon will enter Pakistan's Japanese-dominated car and truck market with a variety of vehicles. The two companies have technical agreements with Dewan Farooque Motors Ltd. (DFML) to produce and market a broad range of Korean vehicles, their spare parts and accessories, in the Pakistani market in order to meet customer's requirements and to provide healthy competition to Japanese ...

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