LINCOLN, AL – Alabama’s governor will not comment on speculation that his state is a finalist for a future Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. manufacturing facility. See related story “But I can say this,” says Gov. Don Siegelman, a Democrat. “We’re continuing to press the automotive sector. It’s something we do well, and its something we do right.” Alabama is on Hyundai’s 5-state list of possible locations for the South Korean auto maker’s first U.S. manufacturing facility, where it likely ...

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