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Car brand went bankrupt in 2022 – now it's making a comeback in Denmark

The brand has been here several times, but has not been able to sell cars to an extent that made the Danish market attractive. Now you try again.

And under a new name. The last time you were in the country – it was at the end of 2020, it was called SsangYong. But now you have to say KG about the Korean car brand. But it's the same. READ ALSO: Politicians complain: "We are powerless over illegal street racing" However, a new importer has joined. Namely Denmark's smallest. RSA Danmark is only nine men high. And that when the director is counted. However, RSA already has the import of BYD and JAC – or Jianghuai Automobile Co Ltd – which is owned by the Chinese state – on the program. When SsangYong is called KG today, it is because the industrial giant KG Group bought the remains of the brand last year after a bankruptcy in 2022. Car brand went bankrupt in 2022 - now it's making a comeback in Denmark

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