SEOUL, March 19 (Reuters) - South Korean auto maker Ssangyong Motor Co on Wednesday said it had no current plan to enter the United States, denying remarks from a source who told Reuters it was planning exports to the country as early as 2010. "Considering market conditions, Ssangyong is not planning an entry into the U.S, for any of its models. Ssangyong's focus is on China and Western Europe," the company said in a statement. Ssangyong, in which China's SAIC Motor Corp holds a ...
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