Hyundai says no incentives in response to Toyota recall


SEOUL, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co said Thursday it would not introduce any temporary measures such as incentive programmes to lure customers from Japan's Toyota Motor , which shut down sales of some of its best-selling vehicles on Wednesday. "We will maintain our quality and price strategies and stick to the strategy of unveiling cars with competitive prices," Park Dong-wook, a senior vice president of Hyundai's treasury division, told a meeting with analysts after quarterly ...

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