If Kia Motors Corp. is indefinitely delaying start of construction of a new $1.2 billion assembly plant in West Point, GA, it is news to Kia Executive Vice President Byung Mo-ahn. Byung is credited with being the mastermind and project leader of the West Point project. He arrived in Atlanta with his team from Seoul Thursday (May 18) to meet with state officials to go over progress of the plant. Bert Brantley, of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, tells Ward’s Byung was ...
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