MUMBAI – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. plans to cease production of its subcompact Atos car in South Korea and transfer its production base to India by 2003, where the car is known as the Santos. The Atos/Santro then will be exported from India to Europe, where it is known as the Amica. "We will be exporting around 50,000 Santros from India. Most of these exports will be to Europe," says B.V.R. Subbu, Hyundai Motor India Ltd. president. Hyundai’s Santro (Atos, pictured) holds a 26% ...
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