I do not have a deep knowledge, but I dont recall of any other clones besides KIA. Of course there were the Kia pick ups, clones of the 1000/1200/(1300) pick ups, supposingly called B-1000 and B-1300 but for sure called and badged KIAMASTER. Forgot to mention that KIA Brisas for export were badged as KIA SS. Later on came the Bongo clone (E-1300/E-1600 for mazda export markets) after the E-something (2,5?, 3,0?). As far as I know, there were no passenger cars assemblied in other countries in 60s-70s-easrly 80s with any worth mentioning or obvious differences. RX-2s in South Africa were basically identical (maybe post-japanese production 121s were a bit different), Portugese 818s also, the same goes for Greek RWD 323s (hmmm they were more rusty). In light trucks, yes there were minor changes/modifications in many CKD cars.
There are strong indicastions that some greek assemblied B-1600s were badged and exported as GREZDA, if this makes them a "clone".
1967 T600, 1967 1000 sedan, 1968 1500, 1971 RX-2 coupe, 1973 RX-3 sedan (under restoration), 1973 RX-4 hardtop RHD, 1979 RX-9, 1981 RX-9, 1983 RX-7