TOKYO, July 28 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co may sell luxury cars and sport utility vehicles in South Korea from 2004 to compete against Toyota and Honda in the country's growing imported vehicle market, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun said on Monday. The newspaper said Nissan, 44.3 percent owned by French carmaker Renault , was considering making inroads with upscale cars such as the Infiniti models to avoid competition with Renault Samsung Motors, a Renault subsidiary that makes compacts and ...
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