The Hyundai brand will return to Thailand after a 10-year absence under a new distributor, Hyundai Motor (Thailand) Co. Ltd. Phra Nakhon Automobile previously distributed Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. vehicles, but ended its interest in the car business a decade ago. HMT President Yoshizumi Kurata says in a published report the company is committed to Thailand because it has support from both Hyundai and Japan’s Sojitz Holdings Corp., HMT’s majority owner. HMT is 70% owned by Sojitz and 30% ...

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