MUMBAI – Hyundai Motor India Ltd. has sold more than 350,000 cars in its first 50 months in the country, 100,000 of which were sold in one year. Hyndai India is attracting new buyers with fresh products such as the Terracan SUV. "We have set our sights on achieving the half-million mark in 2003 and on making Hyundai a truly global player," says J.I. Kim, managing director. Hyundai India’s 2002 sales rose 23%, compared with other auto makers here that scraped by with a 2%-3% ...

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