Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. hands over a fleet of 50 hybrid versions of its Click subcompact car to South Korean Commerce-Industry-Energy Minister Lee Hee-beom. The cars will be used in a fleet test conducted by the Ministry of the Environment. Hyundai Click goes hybrid. On hand for the ceremonial handoff Oct. 1 is General Electric Co. Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt, who was in Seoul for a 1-day business session with Hyundai Chairman Chung Mong-koo and South Korean Finance Minister Lee ...

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