SEOUL, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co, South Korea's largest automaker, said on Thursday it plans to offer greater incentives to customers in the key U.S. market, hoping to keep market share during a fierce price war. Hyundai is betting on exports to drive up profits in 2003 as domestic sales are not expected to be as strong as last year, after the South Korean government terminated tax incentives on automobile purchases in September. But the climate for sales in the U.S. market has ...
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