TOKYO — Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. is in the process of narrowing down its choices for the location of a U.S. manufacturing plant to two to three potential locations, with a final decision to be announced in the first half of next year, says Kim Dong-Jin, Hyundai’s president and chief executive. The automaker right now has targeted seven possible locations in five states. Kim would not specify a general location, but it’s widely believed that the Korean automaker will follow the lead of ...

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