BRUSSELS – Despite a recent European Commission report linking the European Union’s 2011 free-trade agreement with South Korea to a 90% hike in car exports to the Asian nation by July 1, 2014, South Korean automakers consider the agreement beneficial to both parties. European manufacturers are skeptical about these claims, arguing their vehicles already were desirable to South Korean consumers. Kim Tae-Nyen, executive director of the Korean Automobile Manufacturers Assn., tells ...

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