SEOUL – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. plans to invest an additional $60 million in its Indian car making venture, Hyundai Motor India, to raise production capacity to 150,000 units annually from 120,000 by next March. Hyundai has invested $614 million in its Indian production facilities since the venture was established in 1998. A Hyundai spokesman says the latest investment, coupled with the release of new car models, is expected to increase Hyundai’s sales in India by 10% to 12% this year. ...

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