By Samuel Len SEOUL, July 30 (Reuters) - South Korean auto makers are banking on improved sales in the second half as tax cuts are likely to lure some frugal customers back into showrooms, but export growth will slow. Racy new models, improved quality and high incentives have helped make South Korea the world's fifth-largest automobile producer behind the United States, Japan, Germany and France. Total sales by South Korea's top five automakers rose to 1.88 million vehicles, up 11 ...
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