Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. confirms it is considering moving production of its popular new B-segment i20 hatchback from its Chennai plant in India to one of three facilities in Europe. “It’s something we’re studying,” a company spokesman tells Ward’s. “We’re looking at moving the i20 to our plant in the Czech Republic, which produces the i30, or the new plant (being built near St. Petersburg) in Russia or our plant in (Izmit) Turkey.” He says a recent strike at the Chennai plant that ...

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