TABLE-Hyundai Motor Oct sales up 6.8 pct vs yr ago

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SEOUL, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Following are Hyundai Motor Co's total sales and exports in October versus the same year-earlier month. Oct 2004 Oct 2003 TOTAL SALES 211,527 198,122 EXPORTS 46,730 51,759 DOMESTIC SALES 164,797 146,363 Hyundai is South Korea's largest auto maker and controls nearly 50 percent of the home market. Hyundai aims to become a top five global car maker by 2010 together with its affiliate Kia Motors Corp .

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