Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and sibling auto maker Kia Motors Corp. are pledging $1.5 million in aid to help victims of the recent Indian Ocean tsunami, in addition to providing other aid throughout the region. The two auto makers lead all other South Korean corporations in the magnitude of their financial contributions to help people in the stricken nations. Hyundai officials say some 5,000 employees at the company’s various facilities in India and other countries in the devastated region ...
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