CANBERRA – Hyundai Motor Co. Australia Pty. Ltd. Chief Operating Officer C.K. Liew – who raised Hyundai’s profile from a quirky Korean import upstart 14 years ago to today’s popular household name – will retire at year’s end. Known simply as “CK,” Liew’s first connection with Hyundai was made in 1991, when he became national sales manager of Hyundai Automotive Distributors Australia (HADA), a subsidiary of Singapore-listed Cycle & Carriage Ltd. He was promoted to CEO in 1992 and ran ...

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