SEOUL – Downplaying an announcement made by an executive in Prague, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. says it does not yet have a firm deal to build a 300,000-unit capacity vehicle assembly plant in Czech Republic. “What they have is a working-level document outlining terms and conditions,” a Hyundai spokesman here says. “There may be some changes, and it’s not a deal until our chief executive officer (Chairman Chung Mong-koo) signs it. “We’re inching toward completion of arrangements, and we’re ...

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