SEOUL, Dec 29 (Reuters) - South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group aims to raise 2005 auto sales by some 9 percent by increasing overseas production and exports, a local newspaper said on Wednesday. Hyundai Motor Co., the country's top auto maker, and its affiliate Kia Motors Corp. aim to sell 3.6 million vehicles in 2005, up from an estimated 3.3 million unit sales this year, the Korea Economic Daily reported, quoting an unnamed senior group official. Hyundai was not immediately available to ...
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