Korean auto makers are scrambling to cash in on global exposure of their passenger vehicles by providing fleets for the leaders of 20 nations attending the G-20 Summit in Seoul Nov. 11 and 12. Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. seems to have cut the sweetest deal with the South Korean government and is supplying a fleet of its premium Equus limousines for the visiting leaders, including President Obama. The Equus fleet is specially equipped with bulletproofing and other security devices, and Chung ...
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