SEOUL – Kia Motors Corp. is targeting a 26% increase in exports to Europe this year to 126,000 vehicles. The auto maker will disclose full details of its strategy for hiking European sales at an upcoming 2-day meeting of officials from 1,100 dealerships, representing 20 nations. The sales meeting will be held in Seville, Spain. The sales push includes an initiative for Kia to take over and directly manage all of its own European dealer networks, including those currently operated by ...
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