SEOUL, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co , South Korea's largest automaker, said on Tuesday total sales during September fell 6.5 percent to 137,559 vehicles from a year earlier due largely to the Chusok (Korean Thanksgiving) holidays. Exports during September fell 0.3 percent to 78,971 vehicles from a year ago, a Hyundai spokesman told Reuters. Hyundai has said total sales could rise next year to more than two million vehicles from an expected 1.88 million this year. U.S.-German ...
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