BEIJING – As the Beijing International Motor Show gets under way this week, Beijing Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. makes it clear its new ultramodern plant is key to its game plan in China. “Our new plant will produce 100,000 Elantra Yuedong models in its first year, and in 2009 it will begin producing the i30 that is now being made in Ulsan, (South) Korea, and at a new plant in Czech Republic,” President Noh Jae-man says. The Chinese version of the Elantra, called the Yuedong, features a ...

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