Japanese Vehicle Sales in S. Korea Fall 22 Pct in 2019
Seoul, Jan. 23 (Jiji Press)--The number of Japanese vehicles sold in South Korea in 2019 fell 22.0 pct from the previous year, according to data from the Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association.
The drop in sales, announced Wednesday, apparently reflects the effects of South Korean boycotts against Japanese products, following Tokyo's decision to tighten controls on semiconductor material exports to its East Asian neighbor.
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