BUY OR SELL-Hyundai heads for fast lane as Toyota skids?

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* New Hyundai models go bumper-to-bumper with Toyota * Shares +13 pct since Toyota crisis; trebled in 2009 * But firm won may prompt investors to lock in profits (For more Reuters BUY or SELL stories, click [BUYSELL/]) By Kim Yeon-hee and Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Shares in Hyundai Motor have risen 13 percent since rival Toyota Motor Corp skidded into a mass recall crisis in January, sending the Japanese automaker's stock tumbling by nearly a fifth. For Hyundai, the ...

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