CORRECTED-Hyundai Motor suicide ad draws ire for S. Korean company

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(Deletes reference to U.S. audience in paragraph 5, edits) By Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL, April 26 (Reuters) - South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co has been forced to apologise for an advertisement that sought to promote the zero carbon emissions of one of its cars by featuring a man failing to commit suicide using a hose attached to the exhaust. The ad debacle is the latest to hit the carmaker, the world's fifth largest by sales when combined with its ...

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