Construction work is under way at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s 100,000-unit capacity vehicle assembly plant in St. Petersburg, Russia. The facility is being built in Kamenka, a northwest suburb of St. Petersburg and will be called Hyundai Motor Mfg. RUS. Hyundai will invest €330 million ($508 million) in the plant, which is 25% more than the previously announced price tag. “We will begin with small cars, probably in the 1.4L-1.6L range, but the models have not been decided yet,” Hyundai ...

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