SEOUL, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co is considering introducing its i10 model, a small hatchback produced in India, to the U.S. market to meet rising demand for small cars amid higher oil prices, a company official said on Monday. "We are considering launching the i10 (in the United States) as more customers are looking for smaller cars. But we have not made a final decision yet as we are still studying logistics costs and various technical issues," the official told Reuters by ...
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