In China, rival carmakers may feed as Toyota lies wounded


By Doug Young and Fang Yan HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Jan 28 (Reuters) - While South Korea's Hyundai Motor looks best placed to pick up U.S. sales from Toyota's massive safety recall, rival car makers may scent blood in the fast-growing Chinese and Indian markets. Hyundai's rising reputation for its quality cars, fuel efficiency and prices, is expected to see it win buyers from Toyota customers fretting over the world No.1 automaker's latest recall. [ID:nSGE60R06P] But in China, now the ...

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