By Kim Kyoung-wha SEOUL, July 27 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co. , South Korea's biggest car maker, is poised to report a 14 percent fall in quarterly earnings on Thursday, hit by higher steel prices and heavy marketing costs, according to a Reuters survey. Analysts have warned that Hyundai's profitability may weaken further due to ballooning labour costs, wilting external demand for cars, particular in China, and cut-throat competition in a sluggish domestic market it dominates with a 42 ...
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