SEOUL – When the Global Engine Mfg. Alliance plant in Dundee, MI, was first announced in February 2003, the plan was to produce 4-cyl. engines for the three joint-venture partners – Chrysler Group, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. – for their North American-built products. The engines also were to be manufactured by Mitsubishi in Japan and Hyundai in South Korea for domestic and export markets. However, Hyundai announced in June 2004, four months before Dundee ...
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