Beijing Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. increases its already bold 2009 sales projection in China to 400,000 vehicles, including 30,000 imports from South Korea. The auto maker previously targeted a 22% sales increase to 360,000 units. BHMC sales were up 70% in March to 41,881 units vs. year-ago, and April deliveries are expected to jump 50% to 43,000, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. tells Ward’s via email. “Attainment of the sales targets depends on whether or not the Chinese government continues ...

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