South Korean auto maker Hyundai is aiming for a 20% increase in Malaysian sales this year. Distributor and importer Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors says it hopes to sell 12,000 units both this year and next, up from 10,000 deliveries last year when the brand was Malaysia's fourth-largest non-national car segment with a 5% market share. Managing Director Dennis Ho tells the Business Times Hyundai will be boosted by the launch of two new models and the addition of eight sales, service and spare ...
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