Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. says it will build a second plant in India for vehicle assembly. Capacity for the new Hyundai Motor India Ltd. facility will be 150,000 units annually, bringing Hyundai’s total Indian capacity to 400,000 units annually. The new plant will be built next to the auto maker’s existing Chennai facility. Construction will begin in April, with completion slated for 2007. The successor to the Santro minicar model will be built at the new plant. In addition to supplying ...

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