S.Korea's Kia Motors sets 2004 sales up a quarter


SEOUL, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Kia Motors Corp , South Korea's second biggest auto maker, said on Monday it was targeting 15.8 trillion won ($13.54 billion) in sales this year, up 23.1 percent from a year ago. The company said in a public notice to the Korea Stock Exchange that investment on research and development would be unchanged at 1.4 trillion won this year. ($1=1167.0 Won)

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