SEOUL, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Top South Korean auto maker Hyundai Motor Co said on Wednesday it expected sales to rise to 28.2 trillion won ($24 billion) in 2003, up 7.2 percent from a year ago. Hyundai, 10 percent owned by German-U.S. auto maker DaimlerChrysler AG , said it targeted an operating profit of 2.3 trillion won for 2003. The figures excludes sales from overseas subsidiaries.
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