SEOUL, Dec 31 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co , South Korea's top car maker, may consider further production cuts as auto sales next year are expected to fall further, its vice chairman said on Wednesday. "As global auto makers are seeking survival through massive production cuts, Hyundai is not an exception," Choi Jae-kook, Hyundai's vice chairman, was quoted as saying during a year-end speech by a company spokesman. The vice chairman of Hyundai, the world's No.5 auto maker along with its ...
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