TABLE-GM Korea October sales up 1.3 pct y/y

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SEOUL, Nov 1 (Reuters) - GM Korea vehicle sales during October (in units): October 2011 October 2010 TOTAL SALES 69,647 68,775 OVERSEAS SALES 58,591 57,186 DOMESTIC SALES 11,056 11,589 Note: Unlisted GM Korea Co is South Korea's third-largest automaker. General Motors Co and partners took a majority stake in some of the assets of failed Daewoo Motor in 2002, creating GM Korea. (Reporting By Seongbin Kang and Iktae Park; Editing by Chris Lewis)

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