WRAPUP 1-Korean carmakers see smooth road ahead in 2003


By Samuel Len SEOUL, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co said on Wednesday it sees sales jumping 10 percent to a record next year, and rival GM Daewoo said production was set to soar, underscoring South Korea's drive for a bigger share of the world auto market. Racy new models, improved quality and extended warranties have propelled South Korea into the world's fifth-largest producer of automobiles behind the United States, Japan, Germany and France. The country's carmakers -- which ...

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