WEST POINT, GA – Government officials join Hyundai Motor Group executives here today for the official groundbreaking ceremony for Kia Motors Corp.’s first U.S. manufacturing plant. The ceremony initially was to take place last spring but was delayed twice following the imprisonment of Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo on bribery charges. He currently is out on bond. Although ground already has been broken previous to today’s ceremony, progress on the plant has been slower than ...

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