Renault Samsung shuts down its production operations in Busan, South Korea, for 10 working days this month because of sluggish domestic sales and a sudden drop in exports. The auto maker says in a statement the industrywide domestic slowdown and a November decline in exports left it with too great an inventory, which needed correction. A spokesman tells WardsAutoRenault Samsung plans to resume normal operations after the New Year holiday period, but provides no specifics. The auto ...

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