Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. tells shareholders at the company’s annual meeting it plans to increase worldwide vehicle sales by 14.6% to 2.4 million vehicles in 2005. Hyundai sold 2.1 million vehicles worldwide in 2004, exceeding its sales target of 1.76 million units and besting 2003 results of 1.65 million vehicles. Vice Chairman Kim Dong-jin says the company is targeting a 10% increase in South Korean domestic sales and 58% sales jump overseas, and that includes vehicles built in Korea as ...

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