CHENNAI — Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL) will start exporting engines to its parent company in Korea, plus transmissions to South Korea and other European countries this month, says A.P. Gandhi, president of HMIL. HMIL has been exporting engine components to Korea, but now will export fully built Santro engines. Gandhi says in a published report that exports of completely-built-up units (CBUs) is in full swing. The company last month exported 760 CBUs to Algeria, 55 to Bangladesh, 30 to ...

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